Teacher’s day speech by a student in English

TEACHER’S DAY SPEECH BY STUDENTS IN ENGLISH

Here we have provided some teacher’s day speech by a student in English, based on the importance of teachers. Some varieties of speech on this topic are available, go through all these and select your best one. Pdf files are also available to download these speeches. Thank you.

SPEECH – 1, On teachers day by the student in English

Good morning / good evening everyone,

At the very beginning, I would like to say thank you very much for my respected teachers to attend this program and also thankful to all other non-teaching staff to have their valuable time with us. I heartily welcome everyone to this celebration.

Today on this auspicious occasion of teacher’s day, I am very glad to find all my teachers to be here. A huge love and respect to all of you. Now we are celebrating teacher’s day on 5th September because to respect our teacher’s and remember them how important they are to us. Our parents give us birth and stand us in the track and the teachers are who teaches us to run on that track with right directions. They labour us to teach well and well, they try their best to give us knowledge. The teachers serve the whole country in a good way by teaching the students, who are the future of tomorrow. And the teachers are who makes the future of the students bright. We can never forget their gift to us. Actually the celebration of teacher’s day on 5th September started first in 1962, on the auspicious occasion of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan birthday. He was a great teacher and president of India. The celebration started because when he became president of India, some of his student and friend requested him to allow them to celebrate his birthday on 5th September. He replied, “instead of celebrating my birthday it would be a proud privilege if September 5th is observed as teacher’s day”.

From that day we celebrate his birthday as teacher’s day. He used to love his teachers very much and he was proud of himself being a teacher. He used to believe that the teachers are the backbones of the students, which is damn true. On this auspicious occasion let’s go through the life of the man, for whom today we all have gathered here. Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was born in a middle-class family of Tamil Nadu on 5th September 1888. His father name was Sarvepalli Veeraswami and his mother name was Sarvepalli Sita. His primary education was at K.V. High school at Thiruttani. He graduated in Madras Christian College and also completed his master’s degree in philosophy with that college. Later he joined as a professor in Madras Christian College. Being a good philosopher he was awarded many awards and Bharat Ratna too. He also worked as a professor at the University of Calcutta, was a principal at Harris Manchester College, was the Vice-Chancellor of Andhra University. Radhakrishnan started his political carrier after his successful academic carrier. He was the first Indian Philosopher and statesman who was the first vice president of India and second president of India from 1962 to 1967. Radhakrishnan was one of the men of the shining star of our country. He will always be remembered by us.

At last, once again I am thankful to all my teachers to be in my life and to teach us with their huge love and guide. We will always miss your guidance and will always be grateful to you.

Thank You.

SPEECH – 2, On teachers day by the students in English

At the very beginning a special good morning to all. “The day is special, the day is of happiness and the day is for celebration because the day is of my teacher’s. A very happy teacher’s day to all”. Being a teacher the first and the last wish for their student is that they achieve everything whatever they deserve. So we all are very thankful to you and will always try our best to make you feel proud of achieving our goals. I heartily welcome to all my teacher’s to attend this program and much thankful to all them for their valuable time with us. I feel proud to speak a few words about the day in front of our real hero’s of life.

The reason behind celebrating 5th September as teacher’s day we all know well. that is, Today is Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan birthday. He used to love his teacher very much. He was also a teacher and later became the president of India. From the year 1962, we celebrate this festival every year to give respect to our teachers. Actually, when he became president of India, some of his student and friend requested him to allow them to celebrate his birthday on 5th September. He replied, “instead of celebrating my birthday it would be a proud privilege if September 5th is observed as teacher’s day”. From then on words, we celebrate every year 5th September as teacher’s day. We celebrate this day to remember the great man of India as well as to understand the importance of teacher in our life. 

Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan used to strongly believe that the student who can’t respect their teacher, can never progress in life, Which is damn true. A teacher stands as the backbone of the student in their life. The teacher teaches us to walk on the right path by carrying the right things. A teacher is the second parent of the student. We all have grown up and now understand their value in our lives and can’t imagine a beautiful future without their guidance. A good teacher will punish us as well as will love us. We all are very lucky to have you as our teachers. We will always miss your love and guidance. Today’s a little respective word’s and a program for the celebration of the day can’t be compared with your gift to us. It’s just a way to show our love and respect to you.

The real meaning of celebrating this festival will fulfil when we all can stand as a valuable citizen of our country. We wish, we can fulfil all our dreams with your blessings. At last, thank you very much to all for paying attention to my words and kindly apologize for any mistake.

Thank you.