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05 September,2021 | By Brainwonders
Teachers are the nation's backbone.
Whatever we become in life is due to a teacher's guidance and affection for us for giving us a better direction.
A teacher is always willing to give without expecting anything in return.
Every year, on September 5th in India, National Teacher’s Day is marked to honour those teachers who give their expertise selflessly for the advancement of our community. This day is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.
A guru has always held a position of supremacy in India. The story of Eklavya (a character from Mahabharata) symbolizes excellent discipleship throughout the ages.
The guru or instructor is like a sculptor who shapes a student's life. The parents have complete faith in the teacher. The child's development is focused on every domain of life under their guidance.
The most significant distinction between schooling back in those times and now is that education has evolved more into a continuous development process. Yes, this was true even in ancient times, but education was a privilege to a specific segment of society at the time. However, today we advocate education for all age groups, including regional and cultural.
Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan is a former Indian president who served as the country's first vice president and second president.
He was born in Thiruttani, a tiny town in Tamil Nadu, on September 5, 1888.
He was one of India's most well-known scholars of the twentieth century. And he also taught at a number of Indian and international colleges.
Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan had faith in the Teachers since he considered them to be the brightest minds in the country.
A lot of his students requested him to allow them to celebrate his birthday on September 5th., after his election as the president of India.
In response, he stated that instead of celebrating his birthday on September 5th, he would be honoured if the day was designated as National Teacher's Day. Since then, his birthday has been observed in India as National Teacher's Day.
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On 5th September 2021, President Ram Nath Kovind will present the National Teachers Awards to the teachers for their outstanding and distinctive contributions to the field of education.
|Mamta Paliwal,||GGSSS Bhiwani, Haryana|
|Sanjeev Kumar Sharma||Government Primary School Jammu and Kashmir.|
|Muhammad Ali||Government Middle school Ladakh.|
|Vipin Kumar||Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya, Delhi|
|Tripti Mahur||Government Girls Inter College, U.P|
...and 39 more teachers will receive the prestigious awards given by the President on Teacher’s Day.
It would not be incorrect to say that one-on-one teacher-pupil connections are dwindling with the passage of time. However, the traditional relationship will never be replaced.
On this Teacher’s Day, we thank all the teachers for their dedication, hard work in educating future generations. We would also like to thank parents, who are the first teachers in any society.
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