This Teachers’ Day, we want to thank you for your good work!


Most of what we accomplish in life is because of our teachers; some who we encounter in their formal role in school and at college, and others we encounter informally such as our parents, relatives and mentors.

September 5th is Teachers’ Day in India, the day we celebrate teachers across the country and thank them for what they do each day. It is also the birthday of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, former president of India, a firm believer in education, and most of all, a teacher. When he became the President of India in 1962, he said, and we quote, “Instead of celebrating my birthday separately, it would be my proud privilege if September 5 is observed as Teachers’ Day”. From then on, each year on September 5, we have celebrated Teachers’ Day, or Shikshak Diwas in India.

Your role as a teacher cannot be emphasized enough: you are given the great responsibility of molding children into responsible citizens. These children go on to become the foundation of the nation, the gears that keep the wheels of the country turning. It is therefore important that every once in a while, we say thank you and recognize your contribution to our lives! Milaap wants to do just that.

This Teachers’ Day, they are giving you FREE credits worth Rs. 1,000 on their platform to make a loan towards the education of a deserving student, a cause close to your heart.

  • Visit
  • Register or login with your Facebook account.
  • Enter “teachersday” as the coupon code.
  • Receive Rs. 1,000 in free Milaap credits.
  • Make a loan to a student of your choice!

As we mark Teachers Day this year, we urge you to take some time to make it count. Let us give back to our society a gift that is close to our hearts: the gift of education! It only takes a click to change someone’s life!




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