- All across the world, Teachers' Day celebrations are undertaken to honour teachers for their sincere efforts to impart knowledge to their students. By having celebrations on Teachers' Day, we convey the message that we care for our teachers, just as they do. Celebrating the festival is the recognition of the devotion, with which teachers undertake the responsibility of educating a child academically as well as morally. In India, Teachers' Day is celebrated on 05 Sep every year which is the birthday of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the great philosopher and statesman, who was the first Vice President of India and its second President At Miles Bronson, the day began with the Welcome Speech by the Student Cultural Secretary, Megha Talukdar, followed by lighting of the lamp by Dr NK Dutta, Founder & Principal. Thereafter the Principal delivered a speech covering the life and achievements of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and pearls of wisdom for the students. Students had organized many fun games for the teaching and boarding faculty such as Saree Tying Competition, Sack Race, Three Legged Race, Garlic Peeling Competition and Threading a Needle for the male staff and Spoon Marble Race, Hanging Biscuits, Blind Hit, Neck Tie Competition and Rajasthani Turban Tying Competition for the ladies. All joined in the fun and played the games excitedly. In the afternoon Football for male staff members and Volleyball and Basketball for female staff were organized. The Principal also joined in and played football. The best thing about football match was that in spite of the ground being very wet and slippery, all players played on enthusiastically and exhibited great sportsmanship spirit. Evening was still young. The most awaited and colourful function unfolded after 7 pm in the evening for which students had lined up a host of items including many songs and dance performances. At the end, the Principal awarded prizes to different categories of staff for their dedicated and exceptional services. The Best Hostel Trophy went to Tsangpo House.