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Google India creates Teachers’ Day Doodle

Teachers’ Day is being celebrated,today.Various programs are arranged at schools and colleges through out the country to mark the day,a dedication to teachers.
The day is a tribute S.Radhakrishnan,former president of India,and the great visionary and teacher.
Doodles are the fun, surprising, and sometimes spontaneous changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists, pioneers, and scientists.

Prime Minsiter  Narendra Modi has saluted the teaching community, on Teachers’ Day. The Prime Minister has also paid tributes to former President Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, on his birth anniversary.

“On Teachers’ Day, I salute the teaching community that is devoted to nurturing minds and spreading the joys of education in society.

My tributes to Dr. S Radhakrishnan, an outstanding teacher and statesman on his birth anniversary.

Teachers have a central role in realising our dream of a ‘New India’ that is driven by cutting edge research and innovation.

Let us make the next 5 years about ‘teach to transform, educate to empower and learn to lead’”, the Prime Minister said.

Narendra Modi,  interacted with the awardees of National Teachers’ Awards, 2017 at Lok Kalyan Marg, on the eve of Teachers’ Day. Union Minister for Human Resource Development Prakash Javadekar, was also present on the occasion.

Prime Minister congratulated the awardees for their efforts towards improving the quality of education in the country. He commended their dedication towards education and for making it their life mantra. He said that a teacher remains a teacher throughout life.

During the interaction, Prime Minister urged the awardees to mobilize the community and to make them an integral part of school development.

He also exhorted the teachers to work towards bringing out the inherent strength of students, especially those from poor and rural background.

Prime Minister said that the educators should work towards removing the disconnect between the teachers and the students, so that teachers are remembered by the students throughout their life. He also encouraged the teachers to digitally transform their schools and its neighbourhood.

Interacting with the Prime Minister, the awardees narrated their inspirational stories in transforming their schools into centres of learning and excellence. They also thanked the Prime Minister for the new online nomination process and for schemes like Digital India, which is bringing a big qualitative change in school education throughout the country.

This year, the Ministry of Human Resource Development had revised the guidelines for the selection of Teachers for National Awards. The new scheme envisages self-nomination and was inspired by recent innovations in major national awards. The scheme is transparent, fair, and rewards demonstrated excellence and performance.



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