800 students from nine states to attend 'PM Modi ki pathshala' today
Nearly 800 students and 60 teachers from various schools in New Delhi will interact with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday along with students from across the country who have excelled in various activities.
New Delhi: Nearly 800 students and 60 teachers from various schools in New Delhi will interact with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday along with students from across the country who have excelled in various activities.
The PM would interact with students at Manekshaw Auditorium from 10 am to 11.15 am and with students outside through the video conferencing mode, which would be broadcast live by Doordarshan and All India Radio.
He will also release a commemorative coin of Rs. 125 denomination and a circulation coin of Rs. 10 denomination in the honour of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, former President and educationist, teacher and philosopher, on the eve of his birth anniversary.
He will also launch the website for Kala Utsav, which is an initiative of the HRD Ministry to promote art in education, said a government statement.
Shortly after the PM's interaction, President Pranab Mukherjee will also interact with teachers and teach students of Sarvodaya Vidyalaya inside the President' Estate.
The Delhi government has asked all schools to ensure that the children view the live telecast of PM's address from 9.45 am to 11.45 am.
"After the PM's address, children will remain seated and watch the President's class with students of government schools starting at 11.45 am," its circular said.
Separately, CBSE has asked all affiliated schools to make necessary arrangements so that "children may get an opportunity to learn from the Prime Minister's interaction".
The events are being held on September 4 as September 5 - Teachers' Day - is a school holiday and the country would also be celebrating Janamashtmi.
While nine crore students had participated in the interaction last year, the attempt is to scale up the numbers significantly this time, the officials said, adding that states have been asked to ensure both public and private school students listen to the Prime Minister.
With PTI inputs