Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh and Education Minister S Rajen extended their greetings to the teachers of the state on Teachers’ Day which is celebrated every year on September 5.
CM Biren in his message stated, "On the occasion of Teachers' Day, I extend my greetings to the teaching community that is devoted to nurturing and enlightening minds.”
“Teachers' Day is observed on September 5 every year in the country on the birth anniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, former President of India. I pay my tribute to Dr Radhakrishnan who was also a distinguished teacher and renowned statesman,” the chief minister stated.
CM Biren also stated that teachers play a profound role in shaping society as they inform, influence, educate and enlighten the minds of the students. Teachers prepare people for lifelong experiences and it is a noble profession shaping the character and future of a country.
“Once again, on Teachers' Day, I salute all teachers of the state, teachers in schools, colleges, universities, coaches and mentors, managers, leaders and even mothers for fulfilling their duty with boundless dedication,” said the CM.
Extending his greetings on Teachers' Day, Education Minister S Rajen stated, "It is my great pleasure to wish and congratulate all the teachers of the state on the occasion of Teachers’ Day celebration. Being the most humble profession, teaching is one of the most challenging one. September 5 has been celebrated as Teachers’ Day nationwide as a mark of honour and respect to teaching fraternities on the birth anniversary of Late Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. He is considered as the architect and reformer of education in the country, he added.
“The role played by teachers to shape and build the nation will be endless to describe. It will be my privilege to appeal to all the teachers to be ready for new challenges in the education system of the country in the coming days,” the education minister stated.