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Friday, August 28, 2020

Teacher day Babat circular


Teacher day Babat circular
IMPORTANT LINK.

Teaching is one of the most noble professions. It is a career which not only helps a child gain knowledge about various subjects and domains, but also helps a child recognise his strengths and weaknesses, helping him/her to become a better human being. India has a deep rooted history as far as the field of education is concerned and the contribution, talent and skills of our very own educationalists, teachers and lecturers have been acknowledged globally.
September 5, the birth date of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, is celebrated as Teacher's Day. Have a look at the finest teachers who made India great and who have left evergreen marks in the field of education.

Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

  • His birthday is celebrated as Teacher's Day in India
  • He was the first Vice President and the second President of the country
  • Taught at Madras Presidency College, University of Mysore
  • He earned high acknowledgement as a teacher of the most difficult concepts of philosophy
  • Laid great emphasis on spiritual education
  • Whenever he used to teach students at his home, he used to welcome them himself, offer them tea and even see them off to the door
  • Once few students asked him if they could celebrate his birthday, he replied, "Instead of celebrating my birthday, it would be my proud privilege if September 5 is observed as Teachers' Day."

Dr APJ Abdul Kalam

  • Scientist and India's 11th President
  • He was a huge advocate of education as the primary driving force of personal growth
  • He believed that apart from holding a mere academic degree, a student should also enhance his personal skills and calibre which are utilised more in shaping an individual's career and life
  • He was a guest lecturer at IIM Shillong, Ahmedabad, and Indore and an honorary fellow of Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
  • He taught IT at the IIIT, Hyderabad and technology at Banaras Hindu University and Anna University

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