Teachers Day is celebrated on 5th September every year to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. He was a distinguished scholar and an excellent teacher. He also served as the first vice president of India and then as the second President of India. The day is observed like a festival by the student community, hence a speech on teachers’ day must be appropriately written to convey a direct and accurate message to the audience. Teachers Day is celebrated in every school and college throughout the country. A good speech satisfies all the curiosities and answers almost every question on the subject.
Long and Short Speech on Teacher’s Day
Good Morning to all those present here and lots of love especially for the teachers. Today, we assemble here on the occasion of Teachers Day, but before we commence the celebrations, I have few words to say.
Teachers Day is celebrated to commemorate the birth of a remarkable Indian scholar who was the first Indian to teach at the prestigious Oxford University. Yes! I am talking about Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who also served as the first Vice President and then as the 2nd President of the country.
Dr. Radhakrishnan was very popular among his students and has many prestigious awards on his side.
Therefore, I request you all to celebrate the day with your teachers giving them love and respect. That’s all for now. Thank you all!!
Good Morning my dear friends, respected teachers, and the school staff. Today, we have assembled here to celebrate the special and much-awaited occasion of Teachers Day.
But before we begin the celebrations, I would like to say something about why do we celebrate Teachers Day and why is it important.
Teachers Day is celebrated to commemorate the Birth Anniversary of the 2nd President of India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. You must be wondering, as to why the birthday of a former President is celebrated as Teachers Day?
Mr. Radhakrishnan was a distinguished scholar and an excellent teacher as well. He was so much popular among his students that he was literally revered.
Once, while serving as the President, his students asked him to allow them to celebrate his birthday on 5th September; but, he declined and asked them to rather celebrate it as Teachers Day. Thus, we celebrate Teachers Day on 5th September to honor the services of a teacher to the society and the nation.
Having said that, I want to request all the students present, to express all the love and respect you have for your teachers today and enjoy the day to the fullest. Happy Teachers Day once Again!!
Good morning to the respected teachers and my dear colleagues. As we all know the reason for the nice gathering here in such a huge crowd. We are here to celebrate Teacher’s day today and to give them our heartily tribute for their hard efforts of making our and nation’s future. Today is the 5th of September and on this day we celebrate teachers day every year with lots of joy, happiness, and enthusiasm. First of all, I would like to thank my class teacher to give me such a big opportunity to speech here on this great occasion. My dear friends, today on the occasion of Teachers Day, I would like to speech on the importance of teachers in our life in English.
The 5th of September is celebrated as Teachers’ Day all over India every year. Actually 5th of September is the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was a great scholar and teacher. In his later life first, he became the Vice President of the Indian republic and then the President of the Indian republic.
Students all across the country observe this day to pay respect to their teachers. It is truly said that teachers are like the backbone of our society. They play a great role in building up the characters of students and shape them to become an ideal citizen of India.
Teachers teach students very carefully and sincerely just like their own children. It is well said that teachers are great than parents. Parents give birth to a child whereas teachers shape his/her character and make the future bright. Thus we never forget and ignore them, we always respect and love them. Our parents are responsible for giving us love and quality care however our teachers are responsible for making the whole future bright and successful. They let us know the importance of education in our life through their continuous efforts.
They are the source of inspiration to us which helps us to go ahead and get success. They motivate us towards the study by giving examples of great personalities all over the world. They make us so strong and prepare to withstand any obstacle of life. They become full of immense knowledge and wisdom using which they nourish our lives. Come on my dear friends, say together that ‘our respected teachers we are always grateful to you for all you do to us’. My dear friends, we should always obey our teachers’ orders and follow their advice to be the worthy citizens of India.
Very good morning to the Principal, respected teachers and my dear colleagues. We are here today to celebrate the most honorable occasion of Teachers day. Really it is an honorable occasion to all the students all over India. It is observed every year to pay respect to the teachers from their obedient students. So, dear friends come on and join this celebration to pay heartily respect to our own teachers. They are called as the backbone of our society because they highly contribute in building up our characters, shaping our future and help us to be ideal citizens of the country.
Teacher’s day is celebrated all across India every year on the 5th of September to pay tribute to the teachers for their precious contributions in our study as well as towards the society and country. There is a great reason behind the celebration of the teacher’s day on the 5th of September. Actually, the 5th of September is the birthday of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. He was a great person and highly devoted to education. He was well known as the scholar, diplomat, Vice President of India, President of India and most importantly the Teacher.
After his selection as the Indian President in 1962, he was asked and requested by the students to get permission to celebrate his birthday on the 5th of September. However, he replied that, instead of celebrating the 5th of September as my personal birthday, it would be better if it is dedicated to the whole teaching profession. And 5th of September should be celebrated as teachers’ day all over India to pay honor to the teaching profession.
For all students of India, Teachers’ Day is like an occasion and opportunity to pay tribute and gratitude to their teachers for their continuous, selfless and precious efforts in shaping the future. They are the reason to enrich all the quality education system in the country and process it continuously without getting tired. Our teachers never consider us less than their own children and teach us from their hearts. As kids, we need inspiration and motivation which we surely get from our teachers. They prepare us to tackle any bad situation of life through knowledge and patience. Dear teachers, we are really grateful to all of you and would be forever.
Good morning to the respected Principal, teachers and my dear friends. As we all know that we are here to celebrate teachers’ day today. My self, _______ studying in class __ would like to speech on the occasion of Teachers Day. But first of all, I would like to thank my class teacher to offer me such a great opportunity to speech on teachers’ day. The title of my speech is, why teachers are so important in our life.
In India, teachers’ day is celebrated by the students on the 5th of September every year. It is the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishan. His birth date is being celebrated as teachers’ day every year from the time when he became President of India in 1962 after the students’ request.
Teachers really play key roles in education and student’s life. Teachers generally become a person with proper vision, knowledge, and experience. The teaching profession is a profession of great responsibility than any other job. The teaching profession has a great impact on the growth, development and well being of the students and nation. According to the Madan Mohan Malaviya (founder of Banaras Hindu University), a teacher is “…….It Lies Largely In His Teacher’s Hand To Mould The Mind Of The Child Who Is Father Of The Man. If He Is Patriotic And Devoted To The National Cause And Realizes His Responsibility, He Can Produce A Race Of Patriotic Men And Women Who Would Religiously Place The Country Above The Community And National Gain Above Communal Advantage.”
There are many precious roles of teachers in the education of students, society, and country. The growth and development of the people, society, and country are solely depending on the quality of education which can be given by a good teacher. Good quality education is very necessary to all to fulfill the need of politicians, doctors, engineers, businessmen, farmers, artists, scientists, etc in the country. Teachers have to continue hard works and go through a variety of books, articles, etc to put thorough knowledge needed to society. They guide their students all the time and tell the path to make a good career. There were many ideal teachers in India who have set themselves as role models for the upcoming teachers.
An ideal teacher becomes courteous all the time without being impartial and not affected by insult. Teachers are like parents in the school for all students. They do their best to maintain the health and concentration levels of the students. They motivate students to participate in extracurricular activities also besides studies in order to improve students’ minds level.
I am going to recite some well said quotes on education, students and teachers by the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi during his interaction with students on the Teachers’ Day:
- “Education should become a force for the nation’s character building.”
- “Dialogue with students: Enjoy childhood. Don’t let the child in you die.”
- “We must restore respect for the teacher in our society.”
- “Can’t India dream of exporting good teachers?”
- “Children can contribute to nation-building through cleanliness, saving electricity and water.”
Very good morning to the Principal sir, respected teachers, and my dear colleagues gathered here. We all are collected here to celebrate an occasion called teachers day. Today is the 5th of September which is being celebrated as teachers day in all the schools and colleges by the students to pay honor to the teachers for their valuable contribution to the society and country by imparting knowledge and shaping the career of students.
Celebration of Teachers Day has been a popular event in the country from the time it was started celebrating after the student’s request to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishan. The 5th of September is the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishan which is celebrated as teachers’ day. Students pay honor to their teachers for selfless effort in shaping the career and enriching the education system all over the country.
Teachers’ day is celebrated as a special event in many countries at different dates. In China, it is celebrated on the 10th of September every year. The aim of celebrating this event in all countries is generally to pay honor to the teachers and admire all the achievements in the field of education. A huge preparation takes place in the schools and colleges by the students while celebrating this event. A range of students participates in cultural programs, speech, and other activities in order to make this event special and memorable. Some students celebrate this event in their own way by presenting their favorite teachers a colorful flower, teachers day cards, gifts, e-greeting cards, SMS, messages, etc to respect and admire them.
Teachers’ day celebration is a wonderful opportunity for all the students to do something for their teachers in their respect and honor. It is also like an appreciation for the new teachers to become a responsible teacher in the future towards education. As being a student, I always would be grateful to all the teachers in my life.