Teacher’s Day 2023: ‘Guru bin gyan na hoy’ this line even after years It seems as relevant and necessary as it has ever been. It is not such an easy task to describe the relationship between a teacher and a disciple, hence Teacher’s Day is celebrated every year to honor such teachers. Every year this day is celebrated as Teacher’s Day on 5th September to remember the importance of all the teachers in the country and the world. Let’s know everything about it-
What is the history of Teacher’s Day?
Every teacher is a student at some point or the other, so he not only helps his students find ways of success, but also minimizes difficulties and turns them into opportunities. Teacher’s Day is celebrated to commemorate the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the first Vice President of our country, the second President, who is known as a great philosopher. Where every person remembers him and takes inspiration to do something better in life.
Importance of Teacher’s Day
It is said that a good teacher is needed to move forward in life and do something special. He not only shows the right path in life, but also develops the understanding of good and bad in our mind. This day has been chosen for the importance of such teachers. On this day cultural programs are organized in schools and educational institutions. Along with this, teachers who do better work at the state level and national level are also honored. At the same time, this year also 75 selected teachers will be awarded under ‘National Teacher Award 2023’ at Vigyan Bhavan in Delhi. No one else but the President of the country Draupadi Murmu herself will honor him with the awards.
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