Day to Honour our Beloved Teachers

September 5, 2022

God has blessed us especially with teachers. They are the ones who create a great country and a better planet. We learn from an instructor that a pen is more valuable than a sword. They are highly regarded in society since they raise people's quality of living. They serve as the foundation of society, educating individuals and transforming them into better people.

Since the dawn of time, teachers have received praise for their unselfish devotion all over the world. They have been regarded as the founders of a country. From the age of five or six until they are between 18 and 20 years old, they look after children. As is often said, a child's formative years shape the type of person he or she will become as an adult, and teachers play a major role in this.

As the ideal teacher is accountable for the development of the pupils, teachers are crucial to our lives. Teachers are crucial in laying a solid foundation of fundamental information, not just for academic courses but also for life. When we need to make critical decisions or complete other vital activities in life, most of what we learn in school/college comes in handy. Even outside of the classroom, a competent teacher can serve as your mentor, mentoring you through every aspect of life.

From a time when professors rated students based on their performance to the present, when students are requested to complete survey forms to review teachers, the educational landscape has undergone a significant transition. As long as it is beneficial and advances both teachers and pupils, this is good. Contrarily, this system has been endangering teachers' employment security notwithstanding their own faults. It is unfortunate that a teacher would likely be fired if they fail to win over the students' and their parents' approval. In the hands of the students and the administration, teachers have practically turned into puppets. Teachers' Day can end up being the only happy day in their lives in such a circumstance. Whatever the situation, it is important to acknowledge all teachers, and Teachers' Day would be the ideal day to do so.



By Nishali Kunder
Nishali Kunder is a journalism student of Bhandarkar’s College.
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Comment on this article

  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, Sep 06 2022

    Yes dear ,it is true.A teacher itself means teaching .person .Astudents life can change ,mould like a iron ,or even have bad effect too .Depends how a teacher herself/himself is.Way of teaching ,can effect a student further to learn or give off.I still remember my teacher in seventh class ,who started to teach English simply gave a impulse to study further.A maths teacher in fourth class was so terrible ,used to give hard faust attack on the back,when wrong was ,we all students were almost shivering when he comes. Well most teachers are nice fine and intelligent.They are the moulders of students of future life.I still remember my Kannada Pandit in high school,and chemistry teacher who used to say that chemistry is a mistry for you isnt it ?True.Now he is dead :But I remember him fondly.So we do honour our teachers .Nice you honours your teacher .Day to remember.Keep up.

  • Ben D'Souza Prabhu, Mangalore, Bombay Bandra now in Canada

    Mon, Sep 05 2022

    Very true my dear friend, Nishali Kunder ! Your script is quite right and appreciated ! Good for you, keep on your dedication to the cause !!!

  • Ambrose Pereira, Bajpe

    Mon, Sep 05 2022

    Well written Nishali........ Keep writing and don't give up

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