A teacher is someone who serves as guidance and inspiration to individuals of all ages. He or she is tasked with the job of raising awareness and opening people’s minds by imparting values, morality, and ethics. During the teacher’s day, teachers’ efforts are recognized. They mold brains, and we honor their contribution to society’s growth every year on Teachers’ Day across the world. However, every year on October 5th, we observe International Teachers Day.
Teachers are revered and appreciated for their significant role in molding persons. Teachers’ Day is observed on September 5th each year in India. This is the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the former President of India.
Why we celebrate teachers’ day?
Teachers’ talents and efforts are never overlooked. This resulted in the establishment of Teacher’s Day, which attempts to recognize teachers’ contributions. In India, we observe Teacher’s Day on the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was recognized for his many excellent traits and abilities.
Teachers have a variety of roles in students’ overall development, including:
They teach youngsters and students how to be leaders.<div>
They establish discipline in young people, shaping them into future leaders.
They also give spiritual and emotional counseling to their students.
Teachers have various obstacles in their daily duties, such as the community’s unappreciative culture and dealing with disciplinary issues with their students.