Who water the plants? Who feeds the trees?
Who greens the gardens? Who blow the breeze?
He is the sharpener who teaches these
those little kids are real havens keys

Respected presidents, dear audience!!

I am going to deliver a lecture on  the subject of teacher, builder of nation.

It’s obvious and clear that the teacher is the constructor of not only the nation but also ever growing culture of that specific community of people that belong to him in there first place. The teacher is the foundation stone of the great building of society and civilization. He is the teacher who gives soul to the organic construction of the nation.

Respected audience!!

 Would you like to tell me what are the basic building blocks of the complex of the nation?

Let me tell you ………….. they are our kids, our children, our future generation. They are like bricks of that building. How can we put our little plants into the hands of cruel gardeners? How can we ignore their look after by neglecting their proper education?

No!!………..we cannot!!

Surely! We responsible to checkout their teachers. I have to say with sorrow that the teachers of our nation’s children are mostly untrained private school system’s teachers. Most of them have hardly intermediate level of education with no specific training in particular field.

A large community of such teachers has been growing since 80’s and they have almost replaced the trained teachers of the previous century. And now, we can easily see the results,

Our institutes of education are producing merely duffer

With no ability

With no responsibility

With no talent

With no intellect

And with no knowledge

Honorable president!!

Of course the teacher is a builder of a nation.  Because he provides us our coming generations. If he is not competent how can we expect a little bit of goodness? How can we expect truthful politician? How can we expect honest officers? How can we expect dutiful bureaucrats? how can we expect capable technocrats? How can expect merciful doctors? How can we expect justice from judges? Knowledge from scholars? Hard work from scientists and engineers.

Not at all, not at all, not at all.

I am sure that no one will go against me if I suggest superb teachers for the betterment of the nation. Not only the betterment but also for building a capable, brave, hardworking, respectable and gentle nation.

Dear Mr. President!!

The teacher is one of the pillars of the society and the country. Without good teachers, no country can progress. The importance of teachers in the life of a nation cannot be overlooked. The teacher influences the immature minds of-the youth. He treats and moulds the young mind into various forms.

The future of the nation is built him through the process of education. As nation which tries to march ahead on the road to progress must do so with the help of able teachers. A nation cannot afford to leave its future in the hands of incompetent teachers. According to a philosopher, “The world of tomorrow will be born from the schools of today.” Thus the teacher is very significant as the builder of the nation.

Moreover, the nature of society has changed. We have become materialistic. In this society, only those people command respects that have power and money. Thus an illiterate minister gets more respect than a highly qualified and scholarly teacher. The society of the past which respected teachers has vanished. The poor teacher does not enjoy much prestige in the society of today.

The proliferation of private schools, which are merely teaching shops, is another reason of the decline of a teacher’s prestige. These schools employ teachers at very low salaries and the teachers cannot give his best to the students.

The teacher suffers in many other ways also. A person who fails in getting a job and is rejected by his employers, blames his teachers for his own failures. In this way also, the teaching profession has been disgraced. As less attention is paid to education these days, the teacher has also lost prestige.

There is a great dissatisfaction and frustration among teachers. Working conditions in schools and colleges are appalling. It is very sad that the persons in charge of education are themselves quite ignorant. They look down upon teachers as mere employees and nothing else. In such conditions, the teacher feels helpless and frustrated.

Dear Mr. President!!

However, the fact remains the teacher is the builder of society. If a nation ignores its teachers it soon finds itself on the path of decline.