The Vice President highlighted the need for water conservation with emphasis on R3- Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. “We should restore values, preserve heritage, promote our culture,” he said.
M Venkaiah Naidu
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Karnataka (Karnataka) in the hijab controversy (Hijab ControversyVice President Venkaiah Naidu (Vice President Venkaiah Naidu) said on Saturday that unnecessary disputes should not be encouraged and students should be guided by the school uniform. Addressing a gathering after inaugurating the state-of-the-art Indoor Sports Arena and L’Atelier, a dedicated block for arts, drama and music, at Greenwood High International School in Bengaluru, Naidu said, “The ongoing controversy in Karnataka has been encouraged unnecessarily. should not be done. Uniform is given to all of you in school, whatever it may be.
He also said that people should remember that they are Indians first. The Vice President said, ‘Irrespective of caste, creed, gender, religion and region, we are all one. We are Indians first. Everyone should remember this. There should be no discrimination.
The Vice President stressed that inclusive, equitable and quality education is the right of every child. He appealed to the private schools to make policies to help the deprived sections and the needy children. He said that priority should be given to extending a helping hand to the needy and weak people. Schools should include community service in their curriculum so that children develop an attitude of giving back to the society at an early age.
Venkaiah Naidu urged the educational institutions to give equal importance to studies, sports, co-curricular and recreational activities. He said that such an approach would develop the students and make them self-confident. He expressed his desire that educational institutions should engage the students in activities like horticulture, tree plantation and water conservation. He said that it will bring children closer to nature.
We should promote our culture: Vice President
The Vice President highlighted the need for water conservation with emphasis on R3- Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. “We should restore values, preserve heritage, promote our culture and feel proud to be an Indian,” he said. Naidu said that due to the long colonial rule, we have forgotten our glorious past. He said, ‘India is moving ahead today and it is time to go back to its roots.’
The Vice President said that one can learn as many languages as one wants, but priority should always be given to learning the mother tongue. Naidu expressed his desire that the Fit India movement should reach every school, college, university, panchayat and village. He said that art shapes our imagination and speaks a universal language that knows no bounds.