Good Morning sir, and good morning to all of you, friends.
Before saying anything further, I would like to highlight the importance of today’s day. We all celebrate 5 September as a teacher’s day in the respect of our teachers, not because only they teach us, but also they sacrifice their present to make our future.
In India, the first teacher’s day was celebrated on 5th September 1962 as it is the birth anniversary of Sarvaepalli Radhakrishnan. He was an Indian academic, professor, philosopher, and politician who served as the first Vice President of India and the second President of India.
After parents, there are the only teachers who care about our future. Behind every successful person, there is an important contribution of his teachers. A teacher has an important role in our society. Without teachers, it is not possible for any society to be civilized and developed. It is my good fortune that on this day I got a chance to say something in honour of teachers.
I thank all the teachers for their incomparable contribution and sacrifice. And I thank all the audience for listening to my speech. With this, I end my speech here. Happy Teacher’s Day. Thank you Very much.