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Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu, who arrived to attend the Golden Jubilee celebrations of Hyderabad Public School, on Saturday expressed concern over the functioning of Parliament. During his speech after inaugurating the Golden Jubilee celebrations of the school at Ramanthapur in Hyderabad, Naidu also spoke to the students about the adverse impact of climate change. He advised the children to love and live in nature.
expressed concern about the parliament
During the speech, talking about climate change and its adverse effects, the vice president said that my first advice before saying anything is to love and be with nature. He expressed concern over the uproar during the ongoing monsoon session against the backdrop of the virtual washout. Naidu said his second piece of advice to students is to maintain discipline and decorum. He said that ‘I have also asked the parliamentarians to follow this. Because, you all know what is happening in Parliament many times. Parliament is running, but how it works is sometimes a worrying fact.
The new education policy was also mentioned
Naidu also referred to the New Education Policy (NEP) in his speech. He said the NEP was a right step in the right direction. He said this policy should be implemented by all. I am very happy that the new education policy is a right step in the right direction. He said it was very helpful. It should be applied in a similar spirit. He said foreigners looted, cheated and ruined the country.
we have to go back to our roots
Naidu said India was once the richest country in the world and was a “Vishwa guru”. He said students from all over the world studied in great institutions like Nalanda, Taxila and Vikramshila in ancient India. With the advent of colonial rule, the country has lost its standards. “We must return to our roots and see that our educational institutions become centers of excellence,” he said.
India never attacked any country and did not believe in colonialism. We believe in coexistence, he said. During this, Vice President Naidu also laid emphasis on mother tongue. He said that primary education of students should be in their mother tongue. Many other languages can be learned, including English, but the mother tongue must not be forgotten.
Citing the example of the President, Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself and Chief Justice of India NV Ramana, he said he did not study in English. He also advised the students to be physically fit, disciplined, aim high and work hard to make their dreams come true.