Good morning to all, respected principal ma’am, teachers and all my dear friends. Today we are celebrating Children’s Day that commemorates India’s First Prime Minister of India Jawahar Lal Nehru’s birth anniversary every year on 14th November.
Children used to call him Chacha Nehru. His tremendous love for children we all know, the day is observed as Children’s Day which is a great tribute to his soul. He poured great affection on Children wherever he went, whether in the country or abroad. His thoughts towards children very poured, he thought that children’s are the future of the country. Nehru brought a revolution in the field of academics in India and involved in establishing All India Institute of Medical Sciences, the Indian Institutes of Technology, the Indian Institutes of Management and the National Institutes of Technology. He was also very vocal about the need for a good education. He thought that our responsibility is to nourish them with good moral values so that they would take part in changing society and became a good citizen.
Friends you are fortunate that you get a chance to take the treasure of knowledge called education. Education has that power to convert a poor into rich, you must recognize in society by your knowledge as well. But there are millions of other unfortunate children who are deprived of this wonderful facility that can convert man’s life for sure. So we have to take a step to provide education, health facilities, food, shelter to all those deprived children’s. But at this stage we cannot directly participate in this work so we donate our books to needy, gave some donations to the orphanage, remaining the food in marriages should be donated so it may help at least some children’s. provide free education to the poor who could not afford to go to school or let them aware of the various government schemes in which provision of free education and Aganwadi’s should be there. So, at last, I would like to say that “Each one, teach one”.