Modi ki Pathshala with the real future of the nation on Teacher’s Day

Unfazed by criticism from Opposition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address students across the country on the occasion of Teachers’ Day today.

His main focus for the students is expected to be emphasis on how important they are to the country to build the glorious future he has promised to people in the next five years. On the other hand, while interacting with the teachers, his main focus could be unconventional and newer methods of education and charter-building exercises for students.

With an aim to ensure wider reach of Prime Minister  interaction with school students on the Teachers’ Day, live streaming will also be made available through web channels of Doordarshan, PMO and the HRD Ministry.

Though Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani has assured attendance of students in their schools would be “completely voluntary”, the exercise has kicked up controversy with many political parties and others questioned the timing of the address to students, which comes as PM Modi completes 100 days in office.

The interaction will start from 3 pm and will continue till 4.45 pm. Modi will address about 1000 students from the Manekshaw Auditorium here which will be broadcast live by all Doordarshan channels and on radio.

The prime minister would also take questions from some students spread across the country through a video-conference
facility.

Live streaming on the web would also be made available to ensure maximum ‘audience’.

The web streaming will be available on

www.youtube.com/user/DDNewsofficial, www.youtube.com/user/HRDMinistry, www.pmindiawebcast.nic.in and youtube.com/user/DoordarshanNational, said a Government statement today.

CBSE has requested schools to make arrangements to “assemble” the children so that they may view the prime minister’s address. Suitable arrangements have been made to enable children to stay from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm in the school today.

All three municipal corporations have asked Deputy Commissioners to arrange TVs and LCDs in schools for the live telecast of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech on Teachers Day.BJP leaders have left no stone unturned to make arrangements for the live telecast of PM’s speech.

Asked why PM Modi was holding such an event, a senior official told IANS: “He is a man who likes to be in touch with all kinds of people. He sees children as the real future talent.”

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