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The best days of our lives were when we used to pack our bags, take our books, and carry our tiny little lunch boxes to school. We were carefree and carried no load other than the weight of our school bags. Teachers were the most important people and we idolized them, listen to them and imitated them.

Most of the tiny tots in their initial years would say that they want to become a teacher when they grow up. Teachers are the world for students. When little kids grow up, friends become more important but still, respect and love for their teacher remains. Teacher’s Day is all about celebrating the noble profession of teaching. The day is celebrated in India with great enthusiasm. On this day, teachers of schools and colleges are given gifts by their students as a token of appreciation and respect. It is observed on 5th September every year by different schools and colleges. Teacher’s Day has been celebrated in India since 1964 to commemorate the birth anniversary of the second Indian President S. Radhakrishnan. He believed that teachers are the best minds in the world. His love and respect for teachers made the country adopt his birthday as the Teacher’s Day in his remembrance. Celebrating Teachers' Day is a wonderful way to express gratitude and appreciation to your teachers for their hard work, dedication, and the positive impact they have had on your life. It is believed that when Dr. Radhakrishnan assumed the Presidential office, former students of his came to visit him and requested him if they could celebrate his birthday with them. Dr. Radhakrishnan instead suggested that it would be a great honour for him if people observed September 5 as Teachers’ Day each year.

Teacher’s Day, was celebrated with much fervour all across schools, colleges, and educational institutions in Dwarka. Students put up special performances, plays and hosted elaborate shows for their beloved teachers to make them feel special on their day.

Few renowned Dwarka educators/teachers share some views on teacher’s day-

Teachers' Day is celebrated on September 5 every year. It is the birth anniversary of one of the greatest educators and visionary leaders of the country, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. He was a Guru, philosopher, scholar, and an exemplary leader. Today, we remember Dr. Radhakrishnan, we also remember the thousands of teachers across India who play a pivotal role in shaping the future of our nation and guiding young minds. They are the architects of our dreams, the mentors who guide us through the labyrinth of knowledge, and the silent architects of our society's progress. Our teachers have been instrumental in shaping our nation's history. They have nurtured brilliant minds that have gone on to make groundbreaking discoveries, lead in various fields, and contribute to the progress of our country.

There is no single day to celebrate this day, Every day is Teacher’s Day. So, let's come together to celebrate the teachers who have shaped our lives and led the nation to its greatness. Guru ko Sadar Naman: Gururbrahma Gururvishnu Gururdevo Maheshwar Gurur Sakshat Param Brahma, Tasmai Shri Guruve Namah.

Vineeta Bagga, SVIS, Sector-18

Teaching is one of the noblest professions in the world and it takes a lot of patience, endurance and talent to be a teacher. I personally believe there is no substitute to quality education because it helps in bringing about significant changes in the lives of young minds. As educators, we face different challenges every day and this gives us enough experience to facilitate the required transition in the life of our students. Let us all keep striving to empower the teaching fraternity with increased collaboration and shared experiences. We must bear in mind that educators have a heavy responsibility on their shoulders; the nation looks upon them with diehard optimism. I wish to take this opportunity to thank all the educators around the world for their invaluable contributions. Once again, I would like to wish each one of you a Happy Teacher’s Day. ….Meneka I. Singh, Head of School, St. Thomas’ School. Everyday should be celebrated as teachers’ day. I firmly believe in this saying of Guy Kawasaki that if you have to put someone on a pedestal, put teachers. They are society’s heroes. A school is often judged by its infrastructure, achievements, or accolades. But for me, the real strength of a school lies in its teachers. It is their dedication, passion, and commitment that turn the brick-and-mortar structures into temples of learning. As the head of Paramount International School, I am blessed to be surrounded by such an outstanding team of educators who go above and beyond their call of duty. I feel that one day celebration is not enough for a profession that requires long hours, patience, and dedication. Teachers often go beyond their duties to ensure that their students receive the best education possible. Today’s teacher is not just an educator, she /he is also a pillar of support, an epitome of strength, as loving as a mother, as strict as a father, as caring as a friend and a disciplinarian. Yet he/she is always so approachable and warm at heart. A teacher is indeed a beautiful human beings. I urge the students to reflect upon the multidimensional role being played by their teachers and appreciate their contribution whole heartedly. I encourage each student to take a moment, not just today but frequently, to express gratitude to those who guide them, correct them, and walk with them through their learning journey. Celebrating this profession provides an opportunity for students, parents, and the society to acknowledge the contributions of teachers and to create a culture of respect and appreciation for their profession. By celebrating Teachers’ Day, students understand the value of teachers and start giving reverence to the teacher. It also inspires the future generations to pursue teaching as a noble profession. Furthermore, I would also like to remind all the students that the best gift they can give their teachers is their success. To all the teachers, I want to express my heartfelt gratitude. Their invaluable contribution to society at large is immeasurable. The late nights, the early mornings, the extra hours they spend, the personal challenges they put aside to be present for their students. The impact they make today will resonate for generations to come.


Why is teaching a much sought after profession by many? No other profession is as rewarding as teaching. We get instant feedback, love, affection and respect from our students. No other reward or award is as fulfilling as the ones that you perceive on a continual basis. Not only from your present lot of students, but also from the many generations of older students, their parents and community. Contrary to popular belief, teaching is not a half day job but a 24*7 involvement with the lives of the students under our care. At the same time, I firmly believe that a compassionate teacher goes through many stages of growing up every day. A teacher has to think and actlike a responsible adult and foster parent but also experience and think like the child. Empathy happens when we place ourselves in the shoes of others. Thus a teacher never grows old and that is the biggest reward. Gerontologists have not been able to find a solution to the phenomenon called ageing but a teacher has. On the occasion of Teachers' Day, I wish to remind my tribe to treat other's kids as you would like your own kids to be treated. Also treat your students with love and respect as many times we learn a lot from them. And to students, my message is to always respect all elders, as this thread of respect acts like a conduit for sharing knowledge and wisdom. May we get many leaders of tomorrow through our schools who will lead humanity as role models and doers. Thus a 'Namaskar' to all my Gurus - elder or younger!

…………Nita Arora, Co- Learner and Director, Sri Venkateshwar International School, Sector-18

Teacher, a multitasking educational super star, who lives to inspire and loves to encourage. And, Teachers Day is the perfect occasion to celebrate the twinkling gleam of the teaching fraternity. Happy Teacher’s Day! At Bal Bhavan International School the day was celebrated fervently and enthusiastically. There were flowers and handmade cards and happiness all around. The excitement of the students travelled through the corridors of the school and flowed in the air. A special assembly was also conducted making the teachers sit back and enjoy their special Day. Class parties added on to the gleam of the day. Students expressed their respect, admiration and gratitude to their mentors through poems, quotes and heartwarming messages. Students of class XII treaded the customary path and adorned the hats of their teachers for the day. Additionally, the management of the school organized a staffers party so as to acknowledge the dedication and commitment of the teachers. The significance of this ceremonious occasion stands up to itself when a teacher says, “The future of the world is in my classroom.”

……………Dr. Jaspreet Kaur, Vice Principal, Bal Bhavan International School

Here’s report of Teacher’s Day celebrations in schools -

Vandana International School- Vandana International School, renowned for its commitment to quality education, took a day off from textbooks and lectures to celebrate Teachers’ Day in grand style. It was a day filled with fun, gratitude, and heartfelt appreciation for the educators who mold the future of our nation. The day commenced with an incredible program conducted entirely by the students themselves. As the sun painted the morning sky with hues of orange and pink, the students gathered in the school’s auditorium to honour their teachers. The vibrant and enthusiastic young minds put together a captivating show that left everyone in awe. Following the morning program, it was time for the teachers to let loose and enjoy themselves. The school organized a dance party exclusively for the teachers, complete with foot-tapping music, disco lights, and a lively atmosphere. After grooving to their favourite tunes, it was time for a well-deserved sumptuous lunch. This delightful meal was a token of appreciation from the school to express their heartfelt gratitude for the tireless efforts and dedication of their teachers. The celebration was a testament to the strong bond between students and teachers. It demonstrated that education is not just about books and exams; it’s about the relationships, guidance, and mentorship that teachers provide. The teachers left the school with smiles on their faces, knowing that they are cherished and valued for the remarkable work they do in shaping the future generations of our society.

R. D. Rajpal School- Teacher’s Day, the birth anniversary of a great teacher and philosopher, Dr. Sarvepalli RadhaKrishnan commemorates the importance of teachers in our lives. It is a tribute to his contribution and achievements. Being a teacher provides the unique opportunity to make an impact on the lives of others, and shaping up the future of young minds. The influence of the teacher goes beyond the class room. “The Transformation of Education begins with Teachers'', as they are always ready to bring in new ways to prepare students for life. Celebrating teacher’s day is a way to recognise, appreciate, and motivate teachers. They are the unsung heroes who tirelessly work to impart knowledge, values, and inspire generations by instilling a thirst of knowledge and a love for learning. A special assembly was organised at R. D. Rajpal School on the occasion of Teachers’ Day where students presented an astounding show with zeal and zest in respect of their teachers. They organised various fun games for the teachers. They presented skit and songs expressing their love for teachers. The students of primary classes presented a beautiful composition in the honour of their teachers. The Director, Ms. Alka Kshatriya appreciated teachers’ in playing a catalytic role in the holistic development of students. On behalf of all the students, the school cabinet thanked the teacher fraternity for immense contribution in moulding the students to become good human beings. Senior students did flip teaching and went to junior classes. Students of Pre-primary classes made beautiful cards, sang songs and recited poems to express their feelings for the teachers. It was one of the finest and memorable day for all the teachers who were showered with love, appreciation and gratitude from the students.

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