On the occasion of the Teacher’s Day, President Droupadi Murmu warmly wished all the teachers of the country.
President Droupadi Murmu on Sunday expressed hope that more talent will enter the noble profession of teaching and claimed that the efforts of our teachers will help us reach new heights in education. In a message on the eve of Teacher’s Day, Ms. Murmu said that our teachers are constantly trying to improve their abilities and skills through new research, experimentation and innovation.
“On the occasion of the Teacher’s Day, I would like to extend my warmest wishes to all teachers in our country. I hope that more talent will join the noble profession of teaching. Once again, I wish all teachers. It is thanks to their efforts that responsible citizens come to forward, who are ready to work in every way for the good of the nation,” she said. “Our teachers are constantly trying to improve their abilities and proficiency through new research, experimentation and innovations. Through the National Education Policy 2020, changes are being made to our education system. It also provides opportunities for the incorporation of Indian cultural values and languages into our education system I am confident that the efforts of our teachers will help us reach new heights in education,” she noted.
Ms. Murmu also paid tribute to former President Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, whose birthday is celebrated as Teacher’s Day. “This occasion marks the birthday of the great teacher-philosopher and former President of India, Dr. S Radhakrishnan. I pay my humble tribute to him. He is an inspiration to all teachers who seek to instill human values in addition to knowledge in the students,” she says. The president will award the National Awards for Teachers, 2022 to 46 selected winners on Monday to honor their unique contribution to school education.
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