On September 5, 2022, India will celebrate Teachers’ Day to mark the anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s birth.There is no question that teaching is a noble profession that merits just as much love and respect as any other. Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s birthday, September 5, is commemorated each year in India with Teachers’ Day 2022. He was a Bharat Ratna recipient, scholar, and former president of India. Students across the nation will honour and respect their teachers on Teachers’ Day 2022. On September 5, special events are also planned in some schools to honour Teachers’ Day. The celebration of Teachers’ Day in 2022 serves as a reminder of the crucial role that educators play in developing the most talented citizens of our nation.
Reason for Celebration
In India, Teachers’ Day is observed on September 5 to honour Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s birth anniversary. He was a well-known academic, the first Vice-President and second President of independent India, and he was awarded the Bharat Ratna. His birthday is September 5, 1888. As an educator, he promoted edification and was a renowned diplomat, academician, and most importantly, a fantastic teacher.
Legacy of Teacher’s Day
Even Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that “teaching is not a profession, it is a way of life.” Teachers were asked to comprehend the global changes taking place in order to better prepare the next generation to deal with them. Teaching is not a profession, but rather “Jeevan Dharm” (a way of life). In actuality, guiding and illuminating are divine duties. Additionally, he stated that teachers should be treated with respect if India is to regain its position as the world’s educational leader and urge students to engage in critical thinking about national concerns. As they lay the foundation and the pillars of society, teachers’ tenacity and sincerity will “shape the destiny of the nation.”
By Subhechcha Ganguly
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