Essay On Teachers Day
Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, our second President, was a successful teacher, leader, thinker, and philosopher. He spent 40 years of his life as a teacher. Because of his love for teaching and his knowledge, his birthday, 5th September is celebrated as Teachers day in India.
India is known for its education in the whole world since the olden days. In the olden days, education was given in Gurukuls. A student used to learn subjects like Vedas, Upnishads, weapons, social science, economics, and politics in ashramas. A teacher was always present to answer the questions and clarify the doubts of his disciples. The teachers were highly respected in society. This trend is still followed in our country. Even the kings used to consult the gurus for administration.
A teacher removes the bad qualities from the students and improves their character. A teacher plays an important role in guiding society. Hence a teacher is as respectable as God. Teachers try to inculcate good habits in the students. They carry out the responsibility of converting children into good citizens. They teach the students to differentiate between good and bad. Thus the teachers help in the development of a nation. It is our duty to honor the teachers and pay respect to them. It is a day when the teachers are felicitated based on their contribution to the field of education. The state government
felicitates some teachers as the best teachers. In some schools, students are given the responsibility to run the school for that day. Students also honor the teachers on this day. Cultural programs are organized. In this way teachers, the day is observed in the whole country with a lot of interest.