To my Teachers…

Sona Subin , IIK Young Reporter
Tuesday, September 3, 2019

While growing up the only person we tend to respect after our parents are our teachers. Teaching is the profession that teaches all the other professions. A teacher’s role in our life is very important as they are the only visual source of knowledge for us. They impart good values in children and turn them into responsible citizens. A teacher takes a lot of effort and hard work to sacrifice themselves for their children.

To promote the values and principles of a true teacher, teacher’s day is celebrated. Every country celebrates teacher’s day on different dates. India celebrates teacher’s day on 5th September. It is the birth anniversary of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan. He was a great philosopher and a great teacher. It was his wish that his birthday to be celebrated as teacher’s day.

From my LKG class teacher Mrs. Carol Bond to my present 8th standard class teacher Mrs. Shakila Ma’am, there are many teachers who played a vital role in my student life. They all are very inspiring, motivating and caring. They care like a mother and stand by side like a friend and spend all their time in moulding us with wisdom and maturity. As a student, it is our responsibility to respect our teachers.

T- Tireless
E- Efficient
A-Affectionate
C-Caring
H-Hardworking
E- Energetic
R- Role model

In this auspicious occasion, I wish to all my teachers with whole heartedly a very Happy Teacher’s Day!


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Nusrat. Chougle
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Very well written Dear Young Reporter. Keep it up.

Subin
Saturday, September 7, 2019
Superb, keep it up my dearest and loving daughter.

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