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 Spirit Of India 

Date of Publish - Wednesday, 22nd November 2017
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Spirit of India

 

Educationists should build the capacities of the spirit of creativity, Leadership, courage, Entrepreneurial capabilities, Moral and Ethical values among students and they should be role models for them.

After the dawn of Independence, Indians as a nation aspired to compete with other countries in the fields of education, research, development, economic and social. But their dreams of achieving the goal were shattered by the forces that contributed to the divisive politics, economic inequalities, social discrimination and terror including the disturbing conditions on the borders as well as within the country. Under these adverse conditions, how can we achieve the goals aimed at under the above-mentioned disturbing factors that have shaken the very scope of the Indian Nation? To preserve the concept of Indian Nation and aim high for developing the country in all swears Dr.Kalam strongly believed that the individual is the brick on which the edifice of Nation is built. Therefore the success of India as a Nation depends on the success of every individual in his endeavor.

Youth is the cream of the society. Every individual should be taught to aim high and achieve success through hard work and perseveration.

 

Author :
Aamani

1 Comments

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Rajendra kumar jain

Dr.Kalam is our inspiration.

Thursday, 30 November 2017

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