Significance of Teacher

Significance of Teacher
Teacher molds students and in the process shapes their future and influence because the lessons taught from teacher remain with their students throughout life.Teacher need encouragement and support from the organization and the society to feel that their dedication to students is appreciated. In India 5th September is celebrated as Teacher’s day as a mark of tribute to the contribution made by teachers to the society,also called Teacher’s appreciation Day. Teacher’s day is a complete mark of respect to teachers who put in their hard effort to give stutends knowledge and invaluable guidance.On this day, Students present their efforts. In addition to being the day when the efforts of teachers are recognized, it provides a chance for healthy interaction between students and teachers.

Teacher is like rainwater ,Who cultivates new green sprouts,
Encourages and leads them,Whenever they have doubts.

Teacher who Makes studying a pleasure,Preventing discontent.
Keeping students comfortable,As a cool and helpful guide.

Prof. Neeraj Sharma
(Associate professor)
College Glossy Magazine
Poornima Group Of Colleges,Jaipur


Author: Balaji11 May 2009 Member Level: Silver   Points : 2

I think all agree with me that Teacher's day has never been more significant than it is in today's turbulent times.
'There is nothing in this world as permanent as change', wrote the great Roman poet Ovid says best echoes the changing Teacher-student relationship is Our culture, our heritage, our mythology, is replete with examples of teachers who motivated and inspired their students to reach for the stars and students who lived up to their expectations.

Dr. Radhakrishnan once said,

"We have learnt to fly in the skies, we have learnt to race in the waters, but alas we have not yet learnt to walk on the earth."

Friends, let us, on this teacher's day, take a pledge to bring back the ethos of regard and respect for our gurus. Let us learn to walk on this earth, in the footsteps of our teachers, with our heads held high.

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