Virtual Teachers’ Day Celebration
“Those who educate children well are more to be honoured than they who produce them; for these only gave them life, those the art of living well.”
The times we live in have changed and so too has the manner in which we celebrate teacher’s day.
Every year the students eagerly wait for teacher’s day to express their gratitude and appreciation for the hardworking teachers who go out of their way to impart education with the light of eternal knowledge and wisdom.
It is the teachers who help to make dutiful citizens out of the students through their sincerity. The role of teachers is vital in our life, and the students wouldn’t allow even a pandemic to withhold their celebrations and even of thanksgiving.
Teachers are a guiding force in the life of students and as a result, we as a nation owe our gratitude to them for the millions of engineers, doctors entrepreneurs and even teachers who lead our country’s progress.
We, as a people, have grown up by looking up to influential teachers as Arjun looked up to Dronacharya and as Ashoka looked up to Chanakya.
Continuing with that tradition the students have decided to celebrate the day virtually.
There will be social media posts dedicated to teachers and messages of appreciation would be sent all around. Schools have been planning to celebrate with joy the same day with much fervour in a similar manner.
Mohammad Hamza Israil
Grade IX ‘A’