Teachers Day 2020: Teachers play an essential role in everyone's life. He is a teacher who not only teaches your career but also teaches you the tricks to live your life. Teachers' Day is celebrated with great fanfare across the country on 5 September every year to express respect and love for such a teacher. This year too, it is only a few days to come to teachers' Day. For instance, a day later, the Teachers' Day will be celebrated on Saturday. But this time, the way will be slightly different. In fact, every year, on this day, teachers are held in a kind of program in honor. This time, due to the outbreak of coronavirus infection across the country, there will be no program for school colleges' closure. But, yes, every student will be looking for many other ways to express love for his beloved teacher. On this occasion, we will tell you why Teachers' Day is celebrated on 5 September.
The day is celebrated on the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, first Vice President and Second President of India. Dr. Radhakrishnan was born on 5 September 1888. While his birthday is said to be celebrated on Teachers' Day, once some of his students said that he wanted to celebrate his birthday on 5 September, he said that instead of celebrating my birthday separately, I would feel proud to celebrate my birthday as Teachers' Day. Just since then, the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was celebrated as Teachers' Day from 1962.
Bharat Ratna was conferred to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan:
Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was an educationist and a great philosopher. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize 27 times. He was honored with Bharat Ratna in the year 1954.
International Teachers' Day celebrated on 5 October:
If you talk about international Teachers' Day, it is celebrated on 5 October. UNESCO had declared 5 October as International Teachers' Day. International Teachers' Day is celebrated since 1994 years. In addition, the day is celebrated on different days in different countries.
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