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  1. Teachers’ Day speech: PM Narendra Modi presents 10 power points

Teachers’ Day speech: PM Narendra Modi presents 10 power points

On the eve of Teachers Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed 800 students and 60 teachers from various schools in New Delhi.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: September 6, 2015 3:04 PM
Narendra modi on teacher's day

On the eve of Teachers’ Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed 800 students and 60 teachers from various schools in New Delhi. (PTI)

On the eve of Teachers’ Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed 800 students and 60 teachers from various schools in New Delhi. He made a powerful presentation spotlighting points that can impact students’ and teachers’ lives in a powerful manner. Check out the 10 top points:

1. Mother gives birth to us, a teacher gives life to us, a void remains in our life when there is no balance.

2. A student represents his teacher, he is the canvas painted by his teacher. It is the only pair that distributes knowledge.

3. Teachers should write about students who left a mark on them, which would show their involvement with their students.

4. There should be clarity on why you want to be a leader – is it just to win elections, or to serve the people. A leadership quality needs to be developed to be a leader. When you establish that, people are affected, and you also want to work selflessly for others. Then, you don’t need qualifications, people will make you leaders.

5. A teacher can never retire. Being a teacher is not like any other occupation. We have to stop becoming robots.

6. There is a great demand for good teachers in the world, and India being a young country should be able to produce good quality teachers for the world.

7. There is need to find out why the value of a teacher has lost its sheen and why students don’t want to be teachers when they grow up.

8. People who have achieved something in life and taken to a profession such as doctors and engineers should teach students in a school for one period in a week.

9. Serving the nation does not only mean doing grand things; doing small things is a big service to the nation.

10. A teacher-student relationship must always be nurtured. Keep the child in you alive. Keep smiling and playing.

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