Teacher’s Day wishes: Kovid’s education for children; Prime minister congratulates teachers in the country – prime minister narendra modi wishes teacher’s day 2021 remembering second president of india dr s radhakrishnan

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today congratulated the country’s teachers on Teacher’s Day. The Prime Minister said that he appreciated the teachers who brought education to children even during the Kovid period. The Prime Minister also praised the innovative work done by teachers to ensure that children’s learning was not hampered even during the Kovid period and recalled former President Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.

Teacher’s Day is celebrated in memory of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the President of India and a famous teacher. The Prime Minister congratulated the entire teaching community in the country and said that teachers play a vital role in shaping children’s minds. The prime minister also sent another tweet congratulating Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan on his birthday.

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In addition to the Prime Minister, other top leaders, including the Union Minister of the Interior, Amit Shah, have also shown up with Teacher’s Day greetings. Amit Shah congratulated the teachers on their role in building the nation. Dr. Amit Shah tweeted that S Radhakrishnan was a great philosopher and a great teacher. His tweet was in Hindi.

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Union Industries Minister Piyush Goel also addressed the meeting. Dr. The Minister said that S Radhakrishnan was a great ruler, philosopher and ruler and wished all the teachers in the country. Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh also wished a happy Teacher’s Day.

September 5 has been celebrated in the country as Teacher’s Day since 1962. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the first vice president of India, later became president. He completed his higher education with the money he received from the tuition of the children of the neighborhood. He was President of India from 1962 to 1967. He graduated from Madras Christian College and has taught at the University of Calcutta and the University of Oxford.

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