Narendra Modi in the role of a school teacher!

Published By : Admin | June 20, 2009 | 10:21 IST
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Narendra Modi on Friday played the role of a teacher and conducted one class for the students of 1st standard in a school near Jhapa village. He visited the villages to promote Kanya Kelavani Mohatsav and primary education. A new batch of students was enrolled in the schools and he presented them with toys, sweets and required teaching stationery material.

50 students were enrolled in 1st standard and an education bond was presented to them by Narendra Modi. He also honored/awarded all the toppers and bright students and also taught students in one of the class. He was received warmly by all the students of the class. He asked students to write on the blackboard and asked them few questions.

If all the educated and literate people devote 100 hours of their life in educating children Gujarat will have a strong foundation with right citizen for future, said Narendra Modi.

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