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Teachers’ Day 2021 Wishes: President Ram Nath Kovind Greets Teachers on Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Birth Anniversary 

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New Delhi, September 4: Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday extended his greetings to across the country on the eve of Teachers’ Day and expressed gratitude to the teaching community for invaluable contribution towards a strong and prosperous nation.

In a message, Kovind said, “Teachers’ Day is observed on the birthday of a great educationist, philosopher and former President of India, Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. I extend my warm greetings and best wishes to all on the occasion of Teachers’ Day.”

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“Teachers’ Day is an occasion when we honour the dedicated services of all the who play a leading role in the intellectual and moral development of our children. In Indian tradition, teachers are placed at the same pedestal as God,” he said. Best Teachers’ Day 2021 Greetings & HD Images for Free Download Online: Send Happy Teachers Day Wishes With GIFs, Quotes, Wallpapers and Lovely Messages.

According to Rashtrapati Bhavan statement, Kovind said during the COVID-19 global pandemic, the pedagogy adopted by the teachers also underwent a major change.

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“During the lockdown, our teachers accepted every challenge associated with the introduction of the online medium of education. They took effective steps to enable uninterrupted education of the students,” he added.

Speaking further, the said: “On this occasion, let us all express our gratitude to the entire teaching community for its invaluable contribution towards a strong and prosperous nation.”

Teachers’ Day is celebrated across the country in the memory of former Dr S Radhakrishnan, a philosopher-author and India’s second president who was born on September 5, 1888. His contributions to the field of education are exemplary.

In 1962, the tradition to celebrate Teachers’ Day started to honour Radhakrishnan and all the teachers.

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