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Instill core civilisational values in children, says President Pranab

President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday called upon school authorities to do their utmost to instill core civilisational values in children.



Bijapur: Expressing pain over the deviation from civilisational values which can be often seen in our society, President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday called upon school authorities to do their utmost to instill core civilisational values in children.

Addressing the Golden Jubilee Celebrations of Sainik School, Bijapur, Mukherjee asked school authorities to do their utmost to inculcate in young men and women core civilizational values such as discipline, compassion, tolerance, respect for the opinion of others, regard for their rights and a high sense of duty to the nation.

Bijapur: Expressing pain over the deviation from civilisational values which can be often seen in our society, President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday called upon school authorities to do their utmost to instill core civilisational values in children.

Addressing the Golden Jubilee Celebrations of Sainik School, Bijapur, Mukherjee asked school authorities to do their utmost to inculcate in young men and women core civilizational values such as discipline, compassion, tolerance, respect for the opinion of others, regard for their rights and a high sense of duty to the nation.

Recalling the famous saying that the Battle of Waterloo was won on the playing fields of Eton and Harrow, Mukherjee paid tribute to the brave soldiers and officers of the Indian army who stand on eternal vigil at the borders and who are ever ready to support civilian authorities during natural disasters and when help is needed to maintain law and order.

ANI

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