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50 School Teachers to be ‘Special Guests’ at Independence Day Ceremony at historic Red Fort

Newdelhi:13/8/23:Ministry of Education has invited School Teachers as distinguished ‘Special Guests’ to participate in the 77th Independence Day Ceremony 2023 at the historic Red Fort.

A select group of 50 school teachers who have displayed outstanding dedication and commitment in their fields to shape & nurture the young minds have been invited by the Department of School Education & Literacy. These educators hail from Central Board of Secondary Education and Kendriya Vidyalaya Sanghathan schools from across the country.

These Special Guests will attend the two-days’ programme scheduled from August 14 to August 15, 2023 and their itinerary includes activities that encapsulate the essence of the nation’s heritage and progress. The key highlights of the program include:

August 14, 2023: A visit to India Gate, the War Memorial and Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya. At Kartavya Path they will pay homage to the valiant soldiers who have safeguarded the country’s sovereignty. The courage and sacrifice of these heroes will be etched in the memory of the attendees. The visit to Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya at Teen Murti Marg, New Delhi will provide insights into the life and contributions of visionary leaders who have shaped the nation’s destiny.

Afterwards, there will be an interactive session of the invited School Teachers with Union Minister of State, Shri Rajkumar Ranjan Singh in New Delhi.

August 15, 2023: Participation in the Independence Day Ceremony at the iconic Red Fort, where the tricolor flag will be unfurled by the Prime Minister , amidst the spirited echoes of the national anthem.

Through this recognition on the occasion of Independence Day Ceremony, the Department of School Education & Literacy is honoring the contribution of teachers who play a vital role in nurturing the future of the nation with their unwavering commitment. Their role in fostering knowledge, values and skills in the young generation is invaluable and this gesture seeks to express the nation’s gratitude to them.

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