Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi today stressed for an education that teach morality and shape the life the students on the foundation of true values. Chief Minister was speaking at
Bhramananda Vidhyadham at Champarda village in Visavadar taluka in the vicinity of Girnar where he went as a guest to join the decennium celebration of the institute. Society needs great teachers who can give real education, he said.
Chief Minister said that in the influence of western culture people have forgotten the essence of Indian culture. Rishis, Saints, Mahants and Bhagwants play a significant role in the society in our age-old Indian tradition. Education and teachings of morality is essential if we want to bring change in society.
A good teacher can change the face of entire village. He is the first step in the shaping of life. When there are courses to prepare doctors and lawyers why should not be a course for preparing good teachers, he asked saying that state government, in this regard, has planned to start teacher's education university.
Mahant of Brahmanand Vidhyadham said his aim is to create a healthy society with an all-round and objective education and to bring up the quality of life of rural people.
Noted educationalist Shri Giju Bharad, Minister of State for Agriculture Shri Kanu Bhalala and MLA Shri Mahendra Masharu were also present on the occasion among others.