5 September – Celebrating Teachers day – HAPPY TEACHERS Day 2023 – remembering India’s most renowned teacher, Bharat Ratna – Shri Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Ji


Hi All,

Greetings for the day 🙂 LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL 🙂

Knowledge-Junction wishes to all – HAPPY TEACHERS DAY 2023 🙂

The purpose of education is to make good human beings with skill and expertise. Enlightened human beings can be created by teachers

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam

Teaching is not a profession, a way of life – Our prime minister Shri Narendra Modi

Teachers’ Day celebration

The end-product of education should be a free creative man, who can battle against historical circumstances and adversities of nature.

Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
  • Once students asked to celebrate the birthday to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan – his reply was “Instead of
  • celebrating my birthday, it would be my proud privilege if September 5th is observed as Teachers’ Day.” and we are starting celebrating Teachers day
  • For us Teachers’ day is very special day, we appreciate our respective teachers, honors and express our gratitude to them
  • 5 September is the birth day of our second president – Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. We are celebrating Teachers’ day since 1962
  • Worlds teachers day is celebrated on 5th October from 1994
  • National Teachers Awards are given on this day to teachers by the President of India. The award is given as public gratitude to the teachers working in primary schools, middle schools, and secondary schools.
  • Our student holds different activities among schools, collages including Singing competition, speeches, teaching, games and so on.
  • Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was born on 5 September 1888 at Tartini in Tamil Nadu
  • In 1906, he had completed his Master’s degree in Philosophy and became the professor
  • An academician, philosopher, and one of India’s most renowned teacher
  • One of the most renowned writer in India
  • Vice chancellor of Andhra University – 1931 – 1936
  • Vice-Chancellor at Banaras Hindu University – 1949 – 1948
  • He was elected to the Constituent Assembly in 1946.
  • Chancellor at Delhi University – 1953 – 1962
  • He served as the ambassador to UNESCO and later to Moscow
  • Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan was first vice president of India become in 1952. As a president he just accepted 2500 salary out of 10,000 and rest he donated to Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund every month
  • Second president of India become in 1962
  • Bharat Ratna – highest civilian award in India – in 1954
  • The Peace Prize of the German Book Trade – in 1961
  • The Templeton prize for promoting the notion of “a universal reality of God that embraced love and wisdom for all people” – in 1971
  • In remembrance of Dr. Radhakrishnan, Oxford University started the Radhakrishnan Chevening Scholarships and the Radhakrishnan Memorial Award
  • He died on 1975 in Chennai
  • He is one of the founder of Helpage India, a non-profit organization for elderly unprivileged in India
  • He was nominated for the Nobel Prize 27 times, including 16 times for literature and 11 times for the Nobel Peace Prize.
  • He also got German Book Trade Peace Prize.

BOOKS are the means by which we build bridges between cultures 

Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishna

Why should we celebrate Teachers Day

It’s the teacher that makes the difference, not the classroom. – Michael Morpurgo

  • Teachers play very important role in our life. Even in my life my collage teacher played very vital role and because of them only I can stand today
  • Its our important responsibility to express our gratitude and this day is one of the opportunity 🙂
  • Teachers’ day gives opportunity for children’s to got to know the efforts taken by our teachers for us

Few books of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishna

  • Indian Philosophy
  • Eastern religion and western thoughts
  • Religion science and culture
  • Living with a Purpose
  • Faith Renewed

Thank you 🙂 Life is beautiful 🙂

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