The tales of brave soldiers will be part of the syllabus, the education minister told its benefits

Soldiers’ valor and India’s valor will be included in the country’s school curriculum.

Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan

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Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has said that the valor of Indian soldiers will be included in the school curriculum of the country, so that a sense of responsibility towards the country can be inculcated in the students. speaking at an event Minister of Education Said that stories of heroic deeds and sacrifices of the armed forces would be included in the curriculum in consultation with the armed forces. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh was also present in this program. The program was organized by the Ministry of Defense, in which many officials participated.

Education Minister Pradhan said, “In order to strengthen the sense of responsibility towards the country from an early age, the valor of our soldiers and the valor of India over the last 75 years, in consultation with the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Education, has been included in the school curriculum and in our books. Will work to do. In this program, 25 winners of ‘Veer Gatha’ competition also participated. This competition was part of the Amrit Mahotsav program of Independence. Veer Gatha was organized to inspire and spread awareness among children about the heroic deeds and sacrifices of the Armed Forces.

There is no better celebration than honoring the heroes

This competition was organized from October 21 to November 20, in which more than eight lakh students participated. These students were encouraged to share inspirational stories on the lives of gallantry award winners through essays, poems, drawings and multimedia presentations. Pradhan said that there can be no better celebration of Amrit Mahotsav than honoring the heroes of India. He said that the Veergatha project is the key to develop a strong patriotic spirit and a sense of gratitude towards our bravehearts.

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One crore students will take part in the competition in future

The education minister also assured that the education ministry would soon develop an institutional mechanism for granting academic credit for the certificates acquired under this initiative. Dharmendra Pradhan suggested that this competition should be named ‘Army Super 25’ to honor our soldiers. He told that this time more than eight lakh students from 5000 schools took part in this program. In future it will be expanded, which will cover all the schools in the country and one crore children will participate in it.