I had a bit of research on Teacher’s Day celebration and I found
out that this day is observed on different dates depending on the countries’
decision. However, the World Teacher’s Day recognized by UNESCO is celebrated
all across the world only by October 5th, and not in 2nd May. Why our
country choose to be different? There is a reason for choosing 2nd May. It is
because 2nd May coincides with the birth anniversary of great third dragon king of Bhutan (father of modern education). To mark this, Bhutan celebrates its Teacher's Day on the 2nd of May, the birth anniversary of His Majesty Jigme Dorji Wangchuck.I would like to wish Happy Teacher’s Day to all the teachers
who have taught me before, as well as even to all my university lecturers. I believe their hard works on lecturing and guiding us through our
education should be noted and appreciated even though they get paid for the job.
Now, I kind of having a feeling or desire to meet back some of my former
teachers. They must be very proud and happy that their former students (us) are
now in successful path after their contribution in the past that would be never
forgotten. I have never personally say thanks to my teachers for their dedication and service to us, so, I would take this opportunity to thank them. You all are so very special, so, this comes to know that you are loved a lot for the ways you have make me bloom. I am proud to be your student.
Sir Tshering(yuh mi teacher wen I was in class IV, I dun know wea
u my teacher)
Sir Thinley Phuntsho.
Sir Karma Galey
LM Mishra sir.
Happy Teacher’s Day once again, to all the dedicated teachers in Bhutan!