Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about teachers day. In India, the fifth of September is recognised as Teachers’ Day each year. The eminent philosopher and teacher Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was born on September 5th. In his later years, he first served as the Indian republic’s vice president and subsequently as its president.
This day is observed by students everywhere as a way to honor their teachers. It is undoubtedly true that teachers are the cornerstone of our society. They are very important in developing children’s personalities and molding them into the best Indian citizens.
Teachers treat their students with the same care and sincerity they would their children. It’s commonly believed that parents are not as good as instructors. While a child’s parents give birth to them, their teachers shape their personalities and guarantee a bright future.
As a result, we never stop appreciating, cherishing, and respecting them. While our parents are responsible for giving us love and excellent care, our teachers are responsible for making sure that everyone’s future is successful and bright. Their ongoing efforts help us understand the value of education in our lives.
To be respectable citizens of India, we should be appreciative of all that our teachers do for us and follow their instructions. By offering us examples of admirable people, they inspire us and encourage us to study. They swell with insight and knowledge, feeding our life. Thank you.