Happy Teacher's Day and Teachers Day Message
Teachers’ day is celebrated in our school every year. On this day, teachers are given a break for their routine job of teaching. In their place, the students of XII class dress smartly as teachers and teach the junior classes for about an hour or so. All the students take them as real teachers for that period. A day earlier, the school hall is tastefully decorated with colourful ribbons and bunting. The main function is held there.
All the teachers are invited by the students through artistic invitation cards as our honored guests and the most important persons. A cultural programme especially prepared for the teachers is held. In this programme, skits, songs, dances, mimicry and parodies are presented by the students. The teachers are parodied in a light vein without giving any of them an occasion for being displeased.
The student representatives in their speeches praise the teachers for the good work they do as nation-builders. We pray for their prosperity and long life. We even offer apologies for any lapses on our part.Then the teachers are presented beautiful bouquets and gifts, which usually create laughter without malice.Last of all the teachers are invited to a light refreshment programme and we get blessings from them which they give liberally in tune with their general nature of love and generosity.
Teachers Day Message5th September is celebrated as "Teachers' Day" as the mark of great respect and tribute to the teachers for their contribution to the society. The role of teacher in shaping the personality of the child is of utmost importance and as such it gives the highest position and respect to the teacher in the society.
A true teacher is always selfless and strives for the betterment of the children to prepare them to meet the challenges of life. As always mentioned in his speeches by our most beloved, true nationalist and inspiring personality our former President of India - late Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam that "ifIndia has to become super power and corruption free country only three people in the society can make it happen i.e., Father, Mother and Teacher". This signifies the importance of a Teacher in the society.
This year, being 125th birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan - one of our greatest teachers whose birthday being celebrated as "Teachers' Day" assumes more significance.
On this occasion, I extend my respects and heartiest greetings to all the Teachers across the country for their relentless, selfless and committed service to the rural talented children.