Thank You, Teacher!

As we all know that our teachers play a great and most important role in our lives. They help us to improve our knowledge, skill level, confidence as well as shape us in the right shape to get success. So, we too have some responsibilities towards our loyal teachers.

Teachers’ Day is a special day for the appreciation of teachers and may include celebrations to honor them for their special contributions in a particular field area, or the community in general.


International Teachers’ Day is celebrated on the 5th of October every year. This day aims to raise awareness of the importance of the role played by teachers all over the world. The responsibility for educating future generations is not a light one by any means, therefore, we, students, pay tribute to these dedicated and important people who change our present for a better future. 

Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important. 

Bill Gates

This day is of utmost importance. It is a day to respect and value the efforts of the teachers who work tirelessly all year round. Teachers’ job is one of the toughest jobs in the world as they are given the responsibility to nurture young minds. They are given a class full of students. Each student is unique and has a different caliber. Some students may be good at Sports others could be Maths genius while others may show a keen interest in English. A good teacher helps the students explore their interests and identify their capabilities. She/he encourages the students to hone their skills in the subjects or activities they are interested in and at the same time ensures they do not neglect other subjects or academics as a whole.

The reason why a special day has been dedicated to people belonging to this profession is to give them respect and express gratitude. Loads of respect for teachers around the globe.

Giving tribute to the respectable mentors by dedicating the following lines (Urdu):

Jo hamein Parhata Hai Khud Wahin Reh Jata Hai,
Parwaan Charh Jane K Baad Tu Usi Ki Pehchaan Bhool Jata Hai,
Kuch Na Do Tum Un Ko Aitaraaf To Karo Is Ka,
Ahsan Hai Bara Tujh Pe, Ehtaraam To Karo Un Ka.

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Fatima Tariq, a law student at Kinnaird College for Women and a political science student at the University of Punjab. Research fellow at Insaaf Camp. Follow me at