5 September 2019

Teachers' Day 2020 and Teachers Day 2021 History, Significance and Facts - today rojgar job news paper meniya dil_meniya

Teachers' Day commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan who was a scholar, recipient of Bharat Ratna, first Vice- President and second President of independent India. He was born on 5 September, 1888. He was a grand advocate of edification, and was the distinguished envoy, academician, and above all a great teacher.

No doubt the future of the nation is in the hands of the children and indirectly in the hands of teachers. They play an important role in our lives to become successful in career and business. They help us to become a good human being in the society and good citizen of the country. Therefore, teachers help us to find out the solution in difficult situation and also help us to analyse the problem.

Importance of Teachers'  Day 2020

Teachers'  Day is one of the events that is looked up by the students and in a similar way by the teachers who are praised. On this day, students comprehend how important is the role of a teacher in a student’s life.
Teachers should always be respected. Teachers need support and encouragement from the society to sense that their fidelity to scholars is treasured and cherished. In India, on the eve of Teachers' Day, i.e. on 5 September, the National Awards are given to the teachers by the President of India. The award is given as a public gratitude to praiseworthy teachers working in the primary schools, middle schools and secondary schools.

Who are Teachers ?

Teachers nourish and prepare students for whole life as they are the real icon of knowledge, wisdom, create awareness and literate people. They are the source of lightning lamp in our lives. It is our teachers who stand behind our success. They helps us to improve our knowledge, skill level, confidence as well as they shape us to choose the right path and to get success. They do a lot for us but after doing so much no body thanks them for their priceless job. So, as a student it is our duty to thank them at least once a year.
As, it is rightly said that:
With the exception of the fun facet of Teachers'  Day, it is also a day when a person can look back, have a high regard for and get enthused by Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, who was a small city boy and was brought up to become the esteemed politician in the narration of Indian democracy.

Why is Teachers' Day Celebrated?

Dr. Radhakrishnan became President of India in 1962. He was approached by some of his friends and students who requested him to allow them to celebrate his birthday on 5 September. Dr. S. Radhakrishnan responded, "Instead of observing my birthday discretely, it would be my pompous privilege if 5th Septemberis scrutinised as Teachers' Day". The appeal showed Dr. S. Radhakrishnan's affection and dedication for the teaching career. From that point of time, India celebratesTeachers' Day on 5th September.
Teachers' Day is a great occasion for celebrating and enjoying the relationship between teachers and students. So, try to meet your teachers on the day and convey your wishes. If they are far then send them message and make his/her day memorable.
The word ‘edification’, in the context of teacher student rapport, is used to mean “to build characters”. Good teachers are not mere instructors but builders of characters. By being intellectually and morally sound, they lead others by example – by the professor of 
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