Teachers’ Day 2021: It is celebrated every year on September 5 to mark the birthday of the country’s second President, Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
Teaching is the most respected professionals across the world. India has a long-standing tradition of Guru-Shishya relationships where Guru is revered more than even God or one’s parents. Teachers’ day is celebrated in India, every year on the 5th of September to commemorate the birth anniversary of our second president Dr. Sarveapalli Radhakrishnan (1962-67). Dr. S. Radha Krishnan was a renowned academician and a student-friendly teacher who enjoyed immense popularity amongst his proteges. Internationally, World Teacher’s day is celebrated every year on 5th Oct. to commemorate the anniversary of the adoption of the 1966 ILO/UNESCO Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers. UNESCO started these celebrations in 1994 to celebrate teachers and teaching professionals.
Teachers’ Day: Significance
This is a day to honour and show gratitude to all educators and teachers. Across India, schools and higher educational institutions have been celebrating this day by paying a tribute to Dr Radhakrishnan. Many students show their appreciation and gratitude to their teachers by giving them cards and gifts. if you want gifts for All teachers then you have a good opp. You Can Purchase gifts from Banoindia at wholesales Prices.
How can you make it special for your teachers:
1. Bake a cake for your teachers and drop it at their doorstep
2. Organize a virtual session with all tuition friends and surprise the teacher
3. Create a personalized card and write a note
4. The last one is important – always make them smile.
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