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Covai Post wishes all teachers a Happy Teachers’ Day !!

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Every September 5, the birthday of the second President of the nation and academic philosopher, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan is celebrated as Teachers’ Day. Across the nation, teachers are thanked and honoured for the services they have rendered. The Covai Post interacted with a few teachers who have been working tirelessly in shaping and moulding students. Here’s what they have to say on Teachers’ Day.

Jayanthi Thangadurai (30), Primary Teacher, NGP School

“Teachers are like candles who take students from darkness to light. They are a second mother to the child. I was inspired by my teacher as a child, which is why I chose to be a teacher myself. Education is the key to success in life and a good teacher can make a lasting impact in a student’s life. I wish the education system in India supports children who cannot afford education. I also wish that teachers across the nation continue to inspire students and take them closer to their dreams.”

N. V. Subramanyam (47), Centre Director, T.I.M.E. Coimbatore

“Aspirations act like guiding stars that help us unlock our potential and create excellence. On this occasion of Teachers’ day I would like to urge the student community to aspire big and achieve excellence. When we see students that we have trained and moulded do well in their respective fields, we feel that we have achieved something in life. At T.I.M.E. Coimbatore myself backed by my entire team of faculty will continue to help students achieve their dreams.”

M. Edwin (43), Choreographer and Founder, Footloose- Edwin’s Dance School

“If dancers and models are the people who challenge themselves physically, dance teachers are the ones who make this action visible. On Teachers’ Day, I would like to thank each and every one of my over 3,00,000 students who I have trained and taught. I am happy that I am able to make a difference in their lives as their trainer, mentor and guide. I wish all the teachers continue to do their good job of inspiring students and make India a better place.”

V. Sathish Anandan, (30), Head, Department of Visual Communication, Nehru Arts and Science College

“Parents give birth to a child. The child spends a majority of time in school where learning takes place. It is the teacher who moulds, inspires and guides the child all through. The teacher has such an important role to play in the life of the child. Today’s education system has become more text book oriented. I wish the system becomes friendly where students do not fear their teacher. I also wish all teachers a very Happy Teachers Day.“

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