Composition on A School Teacher

[Hints: Introduction, His qualifications, His position in the society, His Duty to the Society, Conclusion.]

Introduction: A teacher is an important person in society. He brings the illiterate mass to light. He is a nation builder. He is the backbone of the society so to say. The prosperity, glory, and fame of the nation fully depend on his service. He gives his students proper training to become a real man in the future. So his service in society is very significant.

His qualifications: Every profession requires some qualifications. In our primary schools, the teachers deal with children only. So they need not higher qualifications. S.S.C. or H.S.0 with training is sufficient to perform their respective duties. But in high school, there is adult psychology. So the teachers need at least graduation degree with training. But there are lots of masters degree holders in high schools. So qualification is not the same in school level. Educational qualification is not all in this service but the capacity of teaching is the main qualification.

His position in society: A Schoolteacher dedicates his life for the good of society. He creates a permanent impression of the mind of the students by his influential character, the art of speaking, a method of teaching and such other noble qualities. He is a great friend and ideal reformer of the society. So all men of the society respect and love him from the core of their heart.

His Duty to the Society: Students are the main source to improve the society. A teacher is the reformer of students. Therefore, if the students well, they will be able to do good to the society. Hence we can say, the teacher build the nation indirectly building his students.

Conclusion: The future prosperity of a nation depends much upon the quality of teachers. Though at present the teachers are not economically well. Yet they are sacrificing their valuable time to improve the nation. In fine we can say, modern civilization owes much to the teachers.

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