Teacher Appreciation Week: What is Teacher’s Day?


Teacher Appreciation Week: I would like to convey my respect to all the teachers on behalf of Bishwa Bangla Sangbad. As we know, the role of a teacher is very important behind the success of a successful person. An ideal teacher is not only in the field of study, but he will also advise the student on the path of life, encourage him to stand by the side of failure, set new goals on the day of success. He will teach her not only how to be successful in life, but also how to be a good person.

What is Teacher’s Day?

Teacher Appreciation Week: Teacher’s Day is basically a day to thank the teachers. Teachers change the lives of thousands of boys. They teach students the invaluable thing called education from the same place throughout their lives. So this is the day to thank the teachers.

What 5th Teacher’s Day?

September 5 is Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan’s birthday. He was a scholar of philosophy, professor at the University of Mysore, the University of Calcutta and the University of Oxford. First Vice President and Second President of Independent India. Therefore, to commemorate the birthday of this scholar, September 5 has been celebrated as Teacher’s Day since 1962. Note that Teacher’s Day is different in other countries of the world. Since 1992, the United Nations has observed Teacher’s Day on 5 October around the world.

The importance of Teacher’s Day

This is a day to honor teachers. These days there is no scriptural study. This day is celebrated in different ways in schools.

How can this day be observed?

01. Many schools and college students are made teachers and given classes.

02. Just like the annual sports program for the students, there is also sports or cultural program with the teachers.

03. A seminar will be held on Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan on Trainer’s Day.

04. Only some seminars or lectures on education may be held.

05. Giving a reception to the teachers.

Teacher Appreciation Week: World Teacher’s Day is an occasion that shows progress and focuses on the remaining challenges for the promotion of the teaching profession. World Teachers’ Day is a partnership between UNICEF, UNDP, the International Labor Organization, and Education International.


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