Report Writing on Teachers’ Day

Report writing is generally introduced in the English language syllabus when students are in 8th or 9th classes. There are plenty of topics on which reports can be asked to be written. This article will discuss how to write a report on Teachers’ Day. But students who have not written reports on Teachers’ Day might face some issues. So before discussing different reports on Teachers’ Day, let’s look at the importance of Teachers’ Day and why it is celebrated worldwide.

Teachers’ Day is celebrated on two different dates, on 5th September in India and 5th October worldwide. In India, Teachers’ Day is celebrated on 5th September, i.e., the birthday of our former president Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Besides being India’s former president, Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was a scholar, teacher and philosopher. It is said that this day came into existence when some of his students decided to celebrate his birthday, and he said instead of celebrating his birthday, they should celebrate this day as Teachers’ Day and show respect to all the teachers.

On this day, students around the country pay their respects and express gratitude, love and respect to their teachers and professors. Many cultural events are also organised by the students to entertain and give their teachers a day to remember.

Let’s now look at the following reports on Teachers’ Day discussed below.

Report on Teachers’ Day held in School

On 5th September, 2022 (Monday), Loreto School in Pune organised Teachers’ Day on the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, former president of India. All students decorated their classrooms and gave their teachers a bouquet of roses. After the morning assembly, the Teachers’ Day program was scheduled to start. Along with the teachers, the Principal, Vice Principal and the Chairperson of the school’s management committee were also present at the function. The function started with the students of Class 6 singing Saraswati Vandana and dancing beautifully with it. Soon after that, a student of class 8 gave a speech on why we celebrate Teachers’ Day and how Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan contributed to society. Soon after the speech, Miss Davis, the Principal of Loreto School, gave a speech thanking and appreciating all the teachers for their hard work and dedication and for helping the school achieve new heights. At the end of the speech by the principal, the students of Class 9 and 10 performed a comedy-drama that everyone enjoyed. The program ended with the Head Boy and Head Girl thanking the teachers for their efforts in shaping the life of students and inspiring them.

Report on Teachers’ Day held in College

On 5th September, 2020 (Saturday), the RCV Engineering College organised Teachers’ Day celebrations. The function took place in the auditorium of the college. All the departments of the college were beautifully decorated by the students for Teachers’ Day. The students of various departments, along with the help of the Student’s Union, organised a function for the teachers. The Dean of the college, too, was present at the function. The program started with the Dean, the Teacher-in-Charge and the Heads of the Department cutting the ribbon and lighting the diyas. The program started with the Sanskrit department reciting the Ganesh Vandana. Then the English Department performed a Shakespearean play and dedicated the play to their Head of the Department. A student from the Bengali Department recited a poem from Rabindranath Tagore’s Gitanjali. Students of various departments performed for their teachers. At the end of the program, the Dean of the college gave away trophies to the Best Teachers nominated by the students. The Dean gave a vote of thanks on behalf of the teachers and also appreciated the teachers for their immense contribution to the institution for years. The entire program ended on a happy note.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is report writing?

Report writing is a formal way of writing detailed accounts on any topic based on specific evidence/ information.

Why is Teachers’ Day celebrated?

Teachers’ Day is celebrated to commemorate the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was not only the second president of independent India but also a great teacher.