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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi addressing the inaugural conclave of Shikshak Parv, through video conferencing, in New Delhi on September 07, 2021.

PM addresses the inaugural conclave of Shikshak Parv

Newdelhi:7/9/21:Prime Minister Narendra Modi today launched multiple key initiatives in the education sector during the inaugural conclave of Shikshak Parv. Prime Minister Narendra Modi called upon the private sector to come forward and contribute their bit in the educational sector.

Mr. Modi said the government is tirelessly bringing vibrant changes in the educational sector to change the face of education. He said, there is a need to constantly redefine and redesign the teaching-learning process in order to make the education sector world-class. The Prime Minister stressed that in this rapidly changing era, the teachers also have to learn about new systems and techniques rapidly.

The Prime Minister said Teachers of India not only meet any global standard, but they also have their special capital. This special capital, this special strength is the Indian culture within them. He said our teachers do not consider their work as a mere profession, teaching for them is marked by human empathy, a sacred moral duty. That is why we do not have a mere professional relationship between the teacher and the children, but a family relationship. And this relationship is for life, the Prime Minister added.

 

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