Teacher’s Day 2020

Teacher’s Day is one of the special days for teachers and students. This day is celebrated to show respect and love towards our teachers. Values of teachers in every one life are very important and necessary too. The teacher plays an essential role to mould our future career to become successful. Teachers provide 100% of dedication to teach us values of life. Their main ambitious is only to give not taken from students. The teaching process is difficult but a high respect in front of their student’s eye. Remember, in schools one of our favourite teachers and we want to become like that. We represent them on Teacher’s Day. Teacher treated their students as a guardian, role model and so on.

Teacher’s Day History:

Teacher’s Day is celebrated in the memory of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was none of other than, the second president of India. He was also one of the first struggle warriors towards explores light of education. With his origin, Teacher’s Day was celebrated first time on 5th September 1965. Through this day, it showed love and respect towards a teacher. The teacher is our first parents. From 5th September 1967, it was official declared that on this everyone celebrated as a “Teacher’s Day”. Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was born on 5th September 1888. He made his career in the profession of Teacher. It was his own wish, to celebrate his birthday day as “Teacher’s Day”. He was one of great man, who never wants their students to spend lots of money on his birthday. Just he wants a respect and love from that. He only wants to explore as much education in all over world.

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first prime minister of India said that it was a great privilege, that India has a philosopher or teacher like you. He was a man of full of kind hearted and knowledgeable. He was passed in the year 1975. After his death, we remember him as an ideal teacher for us.

When is Teacher’s Day in 2020?

Teacher’s Day is celebrated every year on 5th September in the memorable of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. In the whole universe, it is celebrated on 15th October but in India on 5th September.

Teacher’s Day in India Date: 5th September 2020 (Saturday)
Teacher’s Day in World Date: 5th October, 2020 (Monday)

Officially, first time, teacher’s day was celebrated on 5th September, 1965 in the respect of former president and freedom fighter Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Now days, many activities are organized on this day in the schools.

Teacher’s Day Celebration:

Teacher’s Day is celebrated in the respect of our Guru’s. The students in schools and colleges celebrate teacher’s Day. Students organized various activities and fun activities to make their teacher’s feel special. Students show their love and respect through presenting gifts, speeches. In a Vedic period, Guru’s never took any cost on behalf of teaching. At the first day of schools, students make his goal and want to become as their favourite teacher role model.