Teachers to foster a spirit in students To make India No.1 : Arvind kejriwal

On Wednesday, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal asked teachers in Delhi’s public schools to instil in their children the desire to become India the world’s most powerful nation. He was addressing a gathering to commemorate a year after the Deshbhakti curriculum was introduced in Delhi government schools.

To commemorate the anniversary of freedom hero Bhagat Singh’s birth, the curriculum was introduced on September 28 of last year. “Political leaders won’t elevate the nation to the top. The 130 crore people are what would make the nation the best in the world “the Chief Minister stated.

When students leave school, he emphasised, “I request teachers to instil the spirit of making India the number one country in the world so that they work toward it.”

Arvind kejriwal

Additionally, he stated that the introduction of the Deshbhakti curriculum would contribute in the eradication of the pervasive caste. Discrimination in the nation.

“A student claimed that she learned from the curriculum not to view people through the prism of caste. She will never forget this. Caste prejudice would vanish if the curriculum is adopted in the nation “said he.

Kejriwal said that three curriculum — Deshbhakti, Entrepreneurship, and Happiness for Students — had been launched by the Delhi government.

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