This day, September 5 all of us remember the way we screamed HAPPY TEACHERS DAY when our teacher entered the class. Teachers’ day is dedicated to the hard work and importance of a Teacher in our lives. We value their commitment and hard work on this day. We might hate them, give nicknames to them, trouble them, annoy them but at the end we certainly value them. It is celebrated in different parts of the world on different dates. In India, we celebrate the day on September 5, commemorating the birth anniversary of former President Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan who was a well-known scholar, teacher and ardent promoter of education.
We all have that one teacher who
– can send chills down your spine. They might have an emotionless face on, but they always lead you to perfection. In fact one good comment from our favourite teacher can give us a feeling of winning the world;
– is a cute teacher who always sides students and tries to protect them in all situations. A good teacher is never a bore;
– has great knowledge of this fast moving world and stays updated;
– is always full of energy and enthusiasm. They always take part in all the activities. On a dull day by seeing them we get boosted up with energy. They inspire you to keep moving always;
– enters a noisy class and shout “IS THIS A FISH MARKET OR A CLASSROOM?”. Although a good teacher might say this is the worst class she have ever taught, we know she has a lot of concern for all of us.
Teachers are the gift of God born to inspire hope, ignite every student’s imagination and instill the love of learning that shapes the future. Teaching as a profession plays the role of catalysts for various social changes in society.
‘If a country is to be corruption free and become a nation of beautiful minds, I strongly feel there are three key societal members who can make a difference. They are the father, the mother and the teacher.’- APJ Abdul Kalam
Wishing all my teachers and mentors who have immensely contributed in my journey of being who I am today!
A profession which is unmatched
A profession filled with respect and pride
A profession that acts as a force to dream big
A Salute to the greatest profession in the world!
HAPPY TEACHERS’ DAY!
Deepthi Mariam Abraham,