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Teacher’s Day in India – Respect & Their Duties

Teachers Day, in India, Roles, Duties
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Teacher’s Day in India – Respect & Duties: In our country, we celebrate almost every important day for remembering or to encourage their duties or their position. Like, we celebrate Independence Day on 15th August every year, Republic Day on 26th January. Like this, Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, etc has been celebrated in India. Now our topic is why and when Teacher’s Day celebrated?

Reason Why We Celebrate Teacher’s Day:

Independence Day is celebrated for remembering the sacrifices of our freedom fighters to get freedom from Britishers. Teacher’s Day is also celebrated for remembering and encouraging teachers all over the country. Their sacrifices and their valuable teaching methods for the students. Their role is not much easier than anyone can think, after parents, teachers are considered to be a second parent. Also Read Teaching Difficulties in Government Schools.

Teaching is an art, not anyone can teach something to someone although they need to have good communication skills, patience, teaching talent, etc. They need to understand students’ behavior and need to deal with it. India has a literacy rate of 74% and above, this literacy rate shows the importance of teachers. Also Read: Why we celebrate Independence Day every year.

Teachers Day, in India, Roles, Duties
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It’s not an easy task of being a teacher, Teachers’ Day is a special day for the appreciation of teachers, and may include celebrations to honor them for their special contributions. On 5th September, there is a Birthday of  Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. He was former President, politician, scholar, philosopher, and Bharat Ratna recipient. He also contributes as a teacher and a promoter of education in India. So on his birthday, we celebrate Teacher’s Day. Also Read: Students facing problems of understanding concepts

Roles & Duties of a Teacher:

  • Should be polite to students.
  • Must have the subject knowledge.
  • Must be a good listener.
  • At the same time, they need to be a good speaker.
  • Understand the student’s behavior.
  • Appreciate the students for good activities.
  • At the same time, if they do something bad then scold them.
  • Show Empathy to students.
  • Good Classroom Management Skills.
  • Good Student-teacher collaboration skills.
  • Plenty of patience and confidence.
  • Caring, and kind personality.
  • Dedication to teaching, engaging students in learning.

These are some of the roles and duties of a good teacher, but nowadays, so many teachers have not so much qualified for their job. They just give the students a trick of memorizing the answers for scoring well in their subjects. This is one of the reasons that most educated persons cannot get Job. Students may have degrees if they memorize the answers but not the ability to understand the answer. Also Read: Interview Preparation Tips for MNC’s

You also may have some respect for your teachers, on this special day, wish them and honor them. They just give their whole life for the students and now it’s time to make a smile on the face of all teachers. If you like Teacher’s Day in India – Respect & Duties, article make sure to share it with your friends and also with your teachers. Keep smiling.

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  • […] Parents don’t want to send their children to schools, colleges, and universities. They have a fear of getting their children affected by the COVID 19 virus. Private schools also not having that much amount for paying out their teachers. Teachers are not getting paid for the last 6 months. This is not the way of respecting and showing love to teachers, not only on teacher’s day but the respect should be done forever. Also Read: Teachers Day in India – Role and Duties of a Teacher […]

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