Teachers Day: The date of September 5 has a special significance in the history of India. Actually, on this day the second President of the country, Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan was born and in his honour this day is celebrated as ‘Teachers’ Day’.
Teacher’s Day: President Ram Nath Kovind rendered excellent service till 44 o’clock in a program.
New Delhi: Teachers Day Celebration: Today, Teachers Day is celebrated all over the country. On this occasion, President Ram Nath Kovind has honored 44 teachers for their excellent service in a virtual program. On this occasion, he said that it is the duty of the teachers to inculcate interest in their students towards studies. The President said, “A sensitive teacher can shape the future of the students by his behavior, conduct and teaching.”
He said, “Our education system should be such that the students should inculcate loyalty to the constitutional values and the fundamental duties of the citizens, strengthen the feeling of love for the country and make them aware of their role in the changing global scenario.”
Kovind said, “Teachers should keep in mind that every student has a different ability, a different talent, a different psychology, a different social background and a different environment. And according to his abilities, emphasis should be given on his all-round development.
The 76-year-old President said, “To this day, I keep missing my respected teachers. I feel fortunate that after assuming the office of President, I have been able to visit my school, pay respect to my veteran teachers and receive their blessings. Had the opportunity to take it.”
He said, “My predecessor Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam used to attribute his success as a scientist to his teachers. He used to tell about a teacher in his school who had interesting style of teaching. Because of this, the urge to become an aeronautical engineer was born in him in his childhood.
Let us tell you that the date of September 5 has a special significance in the history of India. Actually, on this day the second President of the country, Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan was born and in his honor this day is celebrated as ‘Teachers’ Day’. Born on 5 September 1888 in Tamil Nadu, Dr. Radhakrishnan is known as the conductor of Indian culture, an eminent educationist, great philosopher and a devout Hindu thinker. Dr. Radhakrishnan, who overwhelmed the whole country with his scholarship, was decorated with the highest honor Bharat Ratna by the Government of India.