Speech on Teachers Day Celebration

Teachers’ Day Speech in English

Teachers' Day is celebrated in India on the 5th of September every year. It is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan who was the second President of India and a great scholar. Teachers' Day is an important occasion for all the educational institutions and honours the hard work and teachings of all the respected teachers. It is a day filled with lots of excitement and celebrations for the school followed by a teachers day celebration speech. Therefore, we have provided here a speech on teachers’ day which can be referred to by the students. This article also contains a short speech and 10 lines of speech which might be helpful for students of all the classes.

 

Long Speech on Teachers Day Celebration

Introduction

A very warm welcome to all my respected teachers and everyone present here. Today I am here to deliver a speech on Teachers’ Day. I would like to start my speech by thanking all my beloved teachers for always guiding us and bestowing us with all the teachings, moral values, and discipline. Teachers’ Day in India is celebrated every year on the 5th of September to mark the birthday of our second President, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Dr. Radhakrishnan was the first Vice President of India. He was also a great scholar, an ideal teacher, and a Bharat Ratna recipient. He was born on 5th September 1888. It was after becoming the President of India, some of his friends and students approached Dr. Radhakrishnan to celebrate his birthday. To this, he replied that instead of celebrating his birthday on this particular date, it would be his privilege if 5th September is celebrated as Teachers’ Day all over India. Thereafter, 5th September is celebrated every year to honour our beloved teachers who nourish and prepare us for a better future. 

 

Teachers are our supporting pillars who play an important role in guiding us throughout our student life. They give their best to teach us valuable lessons in life and are our role models whom we look up to. I equally want to thank my parents for being my first mentors and supporting me in each and every step of my life. On this occasion, I would like to request my parents as well as my teachers to continue guiding me the same way.

 

It is said that the future of a particular country lies in the hands of its children. Thus, a teacher has a major role to play in shaping the future of the students and helping us become successful in our respective careers. 

 

Teacher’s Day is thus celebrated to honour the hardships as well as to acknowledge their special role in our lives. It is a day full of excitement, activities, and special performances that are organized by the students, especially for their teachers. Teachers’ Day is not only celebrated in India but also is celebrated worldwide to appreciate the power of teaching. Different countries celebrate this day on different dates. But, UNESCO officially declared the 5th of October as the World Teachers’ Day in 1994.

 

Conclusion

Last but not least, I would like to end my speech by thanking you all for providing me with an opportunity to deliver a speech on my beloved teachers on this occasion of Teachers’ Day. I feel proud to call myself a student of this institution which has helped me evolve as a better person and has given me a passion to learn new things every day. 

 

Short Speech on Teachers Day

Introduction

Very good morning to everyone present here. I am here to deliver a speech on this auspicious occasion of Teachers’ Day. I would like to start by wishing all my respected teachers a very Happy Teachers’ Day. It is because of your hard work and dedication that we as students learn and grow into a better person every day. I would like to thank all the teachers for always standing with us as a supportive pillar and correcting our numerous mistakes. To mark their hard work towards teaching and honour them with appreciation, Teachers’ Day is celebrated all over India on 5th September. 

Celebration of Teachers’ Day was started by the first Vice President of India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan who was born on 5th September 1888. He was also the second President of India and a great scholar. He had a passion for teaching and was also awarded the Bharat Ratna. Once when some of his students asked to celebrate his birthday, Dr. Radhakrishnan told them that he would be very honoured if instead of celebrating 5th September as his birthday, they celebrated it as Teachers' Day. This truly shows how much he was dedicated to teaching and passionate about paying respect to all the teachers. Thus, every year we celebrate Teachers’ Day to mark the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. 

Celebration of Teachers’ Day in school holds a special place in our hearts. Being a student, we get an opportunity to organize special performances in honour of our beloved teachers. This day is filled with fun, excitement, and lots of activities for all the students.

 

Conclusion

Lastly, I would like to thank all my teachers for playing role models in our lives and help us grow into better people. I am thankful to get an opportunity to deliver a speech on the special occasion of Teachers’ Day.  

 

Short Introduction for Your Speech

  1. Good morning to all my Teachers!

We are gathered here to celebrate the auspicious occasion of the birth anniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, one of the greatest scholars of India and the second President of India. This day is widely celebrated as teachers Day all over India. In my speech, I would love to thank all my teachers who are working hard to teach us and help us to learn new things every day. Not only do they help us to gain knowledge through books but in our lives. You have taught us how to overcome our fears and failures, gain self-confidence and voice our views and opinions in the form of a speech before so many people like I am presenting now. 

It is always believed that teachers will always have high regard in every student's heart, even higher than their parents. It is evident in our shlokas:

“ Gurur Brahma Gurur Vishnu Gurur Devo Maheshwaraha

  Guru Saakshaat ParaBrahma Tasmai Shri Gurave Namaha” 

Teachers will always be the pillars of every student's life. They guide us through our dark times to enjoy a beautiful bright future. Teacher’s day is celebrated all over the world on the 5th of October as declared by UNESCO in 1994. I am thankful to all of them for guiding me through my difficulties and helping me to become a responsible citizen of India. Let us all together make this day memorable for all our teachers. Thank you.

  1. Very good morning and a warm welcome to all my beloved teachers! 

Today, we are gathered here to celebrate Teacher’s Day. The 5th of September is the birthday of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, one of the greatest teachers of India. He was the first Vice President of India and an eminent scholar. Teachers are the makers of a great nation. Hence, teachers are always kept in the highest position. They guide us in our life to become the best person. 

Our Maths teacher not only teaches us simple or difficult problems but gives us the confidence to face problems in our lives. Our English and regional language teachers not only teach us beautiful stories and poetry but help us to learn to communicate and appreciate the great works of literature. Our science teachers teach us not only interesting science experiments but show us the beauty of nature and how it works when applied.

Every teacher teaches us discipline, helps to develop principal and helps us to know ourselves. We spend most of our life with all these teachers, and we are grateful to them for giving us the knowledge to secure our futures and happiness. Today, we celebrate teachers day to honour the difficulties faced by our teachers every day to teach us and make us capable. 

It is my honour to give this speech in front of my beloved teachers. It gives me immense joy to express my classmates' and my gratitude towards our teachers. Thank you very much for all your love, kindness and knowledge.

  1. Good morning to my respected teachers and my classmates!

Today we have gathered to celebrate the birthday of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, one of the eminent teachers and scholars of India. He was one of the greatest statesmen and philosophers. Despite being from a poor brahmin family, his thirst for knowledge never reduced. He was elected as the second President of India. The great philosopher's birthday is regarded as Teachers day. This day is special for every teacher and student. On this day, we students show our gratitude towards our teachers. 

Even during this pandemic, our teacher has never stopped teaching us. Even if they are suffering from a deadly pandemic, they have taught us through various virtual platforms. We are grateful to our teachers for giving us love. Despite facing problems, they have given us the strength to fight against this deadly pandemic. Even though we are still trapped in our houses and missing our friends and the warmth of our classrooms, still through the virtual platform, seeing our teacher’s smile makes our day. 

It is a great honour for me to give this speech and express my gratitude and respect towards my teachers on this auspicious day. We will always be your students, no matter how big we become. Thank you, teachers, for always staying with us.

10 Lines Speech on Teachers Day

Here are a few points that will help you in speech writing on teachers day.


Good morning everyone. I am here to deliver a speech on Teachers’ Day. 

  1. Teachers’ Day is celebrated on the 5th of September every year in all schools and colleges.

  2. It is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. He was born on 5th September 1888.

  3. Dr. S. Radhakrishnan was the first Vice President and second President of India. 

  4. He was a great scholar and teacher and was even awarded the Bharat Ratna.

  5. Teachers’ Day is celebrated to acknowledge the hard work and role played by teachers in our life.

  6. Our teachers play an important role in making our life better and correcting our mistakes.

  7. Different countries celebrate teachers’ day on different dates in honour of the teachers. 

  8. UNESCO declared 5th October as World Teachers’ Day in 1994.

  9. Various programs and functions are organized by the school students in honour of the teachers.

  10. Teachers’ Day celebration in school is a day full of fun and excitement for the students and the teachers. 

Conclusion

Finally, I would like to thank my teachers for being a strong pillar in my life and guiding me in every phase of my life. Last but not least I would like to wish all my beloved teachers a very Happy Teachers’ Day.


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