For every society, a good teacher means a lot. A teacher’s job is considered to be the most respectful job in Indian society. Teachers play a vital role in shaping the life of a student. Teachers at every step guides children to be very specific for their goals. They actually makes their children realize what they want from their life and encourages them to chase their dreams.
Kids show love and affection towards their teachers in different ways and that could be either in the form of cards, speech, gifts, chocolates etc. Not only materialistic things there are other ways too. For instance, a hug means a lot which is actually a cute gesture. However, it’s been said that “Home is the first school from where a child learns all about the basic concepts of life.” Undoubtedly, this saying is true but it won’t work until and unless a child actually goes to school. So, home etiquette goes hand-in-hand with school education.
Teachers’ day has often been viewed as the most important day. A day for the ‘Gurus.’ Schools have a grand celebration on this day. Students used to be the teachers for that day. Activities have also been performed like mimicry, dance performances, dramas & acts, and many more. However, parents’ involvement is the key for the day. Yes! parents are the one who actually makes efforts and prepares their kids to perform.
Why Do We Celebrate Teacher’s Day & its Significance
Every year on 5th September we celebrate Teacher’s Day. Do you know why? Well! it’s the born day of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, India’s second president. He was the favourite teacher of his students. Being the favourite one, on his birthday his students asked him to celebrate that day but instead of his birthday celebration, he demanded to celebrate that day for all the teachers. Since then 5th September is referred to as the Teachers Day in India.
At last, I would love to share this famous quote by Solomon Ortiz, “Education is the key to success in life, and teachers make a lasting impact on the lives of their students.”
Happy Teacher’s Day!