Happy Teachers Day 2021: 5 famous teachers of India, whom the world salutes for their contribution to education - Newztezz Online


Sunday, September 5, 2021

Happy Teachers Day 2021: 5 famous teachers of India, whom the world salutes for their contribution to education

Teachers Day 2021: Teachers Day is celebrated across the country on 5th September. On this occasion, we will tell you about those teachers who dedicated their lives for the spread of education.

Happy Teachers Day 2021: Teachers' Day is celebrated every year on 5th September on the birth anniversary of the country's first Vice President Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. We remember this day as the contribution of teachers in building the country. Actually, teaching is not just a profession, it is also the work of building a better future for the children of the country. It is well known that the development of any country depends on the skills of its youth. In such a situation, the role of teachers is important in the role of building a better person, better professional and better citizen. So today we will tell you about the teachers of the country who spread the importance of teaching not only in the country but also in the world.

1. Dr. Sarvepalli Radha Krishnan

Teachers Day is celebrated on the occasion of the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radha Krishnan. He was the first Vice President and second President of India. He was a teacher of philosophy as a teacher. He laid great emphasis on spiritual knowledge. It is said that when the children used to come to their home to study, they used to welcome them very enthusiastically and would not let them go back without feeding them. Some students offered to celebrate his birthday on his birthday, then he himself said that if my birthday is celebrated as Teacher's Day then I will be more happy.

2. Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam

If there is any biggest role model for today's youth, it is Dr. Kalam. He was also the 11th President of India. He is known as Missile Man. Dr. Kalam has a very important contribution in the field of education. He always said about education that instead of taking a degree, children should enhance their personal skills so that their career and life can be better. As a teacher, he was a guest lecturer at IIM Shillong, Ahmedabad and Indore. He used to teach in many universities. He used to get attached to the children very quickly. He studied physics from St. Joseph's College, Tiruchirappalli and aerospace engineering from Madras Institute of Technology. Dr Kalam wrote science, spirituality and motivational books which every youth must read.

3. Gurudev i.e. Rabindranath Tagore

People used to fondly call Rabindranath Tagore by the name of Gurudev. He discovered the traditional Gurukul teaching concept in a modern way during the British era and laid the foundation of Shantiniketan and Visva Bharati. He himself had gained knowledge from many places. However, he took his early education at home. Let us tell you that in the school education and education he promoted, he included the importance of studying under the tree, music, art etc. This education tradition is being adopted in the country and abroad.

4. Swamiji means Swami Vivekananda

If anyone has the biggest credit for giving Indian spirituality and culture unprecedented recognition in the world, it is Swami Vivekananda. People still remember the speech that Swami Vivekananda gave in the Chicago Parliament of Religion on September 11, 1893. Vivekananda has an unprecedented contribution in making Indian culture recognized at the world level.

5. Savitribai Phule

Born in Maharashtra, Savitribai Phule was the first female teacher in the country to raise her voice for women's rights in the 19th century and against evils like illiteracy, untouchability, sati, child marriage. Savitribai opened 18 schools for girls when it was not considered right for girls to read and write. This was the time when taking education was considered a sin for Dalits and women.

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