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    Teachers’ Day 2019: Sonowal, Conrad Extend Wishes, Salutes Devotion Of Teachers

    Chief Ministers from the Northeastern(NE) states extended their greetings to the teachers and saluted their devotion on the special day

    The day to thank and honor the guides, mentors who inspired us to be better versions of ourselves is here and it is celebrated all over the country with great enthusiasm. Teachers’ Day is celebrated on September 5th of every year to celebrate the significance of teachers in our lives.

    The day is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the first vice-president of India (1952-56) and second President of India (1962-67) and a staunch believer of education.

    Marking the occassion Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal extended his wishes to the teachers and saluted their devotion. “Happy #TeachersDay. I offer my salutations to the devotion and dedication of teachers who play an indispensable role in shaping the future of the nation,” he wrote on his Twitter handle.

    Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma too saluted the service of teachers’ to the nation. Taking to his Twitter handle, he wrote, “Wishing all the teachers a very Happy #TeachersDay. We salute your service to the nation to secure the future of our children,”.

    Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh extended his warm greetings to the teachers and paid his tributes to Dr Radhakrishnan.

    Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio extending his greetings to every person who play the role of a teacher gave his wishes for their devotion for the edification of students.

    Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu also thanked teachers who help in shaping and developing a child’s future for the better.

    It may be mentioned, President of India Ram Nath Kovind will confer a total of 46 teachers with the National Teachers’ Award on September 5th, 2019.

    Photo credit: @SarbanandaSonowal


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