Teachers’ role is crucial in shaping students: Vice President

Addresses Alumni Meet of Sri Saraswati Vidyapeeth 

The Vice President of India, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu has said that Teachers’ role is crucial in shaping students and the society. He was addressing the Alumni Meet of Sri Saraswati Vidyapeeth, in Hyderabad today. The Chairman of Legislative Council, Telangana, Shri K. Swamy Goud and other dignitaries were present on the occasion.

The Vice President said that the classroom is like a mother’s womb and everybody should give importance to education. He further said that education will provide knowledge and Teachers should teach the knowledge, charity and integrity to the students. Teachers should learn to educate students with logic and the scientific ideas with which they grow up, he added.

The Vice President said that there is no need for anyone to teach India about the issue of tolerance, since it has been a period of tolerance in Indian culture. Everyone should remember their mother, birth-place, mother tongue and the motherland, he added.  The Vice President urged everyone to save nature.

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