Teacher’s Day is celebrated in India on 5th September every year to honor the contributions and dedication of teachers towards shaping the future of the nation. The day also marks the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, a renowned philosopher and the second President of India, who was a great advocate of education.
Students prepare speeches, poems, and cards to express their gratitude and respect towards their teachers.
Cultural programs are organized where students showcase their talents through music, dance, and drama performances.
Teachers are felicitated with gifts to honour teachers for their contribution to the school or the society at large
Teacher’s Day is a special occasion for students to show their respect and love towards their teachers. The celebrations in schools serve as a reminder of the importance of education and the valuable role played by teachers in shaping the future of our nation.