You are our friend, philosopher and guide
All molded into one person
We will always be grateful for your support
The birth date of the second President of India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, 5 September 1888,
is celebrated as Teacher’s Day since 1962.
A good teacher has greater influence in shaping the life of an individual even more than his/her parents. In our country’s culture, a teacher has been given a place above the almighty god. A good teacher’s proper guidance and support is very important in achieving one’s goal in life. Every successful individual always remembers the constructive role played by his/her teacher in their school-college days.
A teacher’s job is sometimes a thankless job; a teacher works in most honest way while performing his/ her duties towards shaping the careers of students, also apart from academics, other personal or extra-curricular activities of students are taken care of by him. A student can rely on his/her teacher for guidance on each and every aspect of his/her life; and a good teacher never disappoints his pupils.
Teachers’ Day is celebrated every year on 5th of September to honor and acknowledge the contribution made by countless numbers of teachers in helping and molding the careers of lakhs of students and in turn shaping the destiny of India.