(Speech on Children’s Day by Teachers)Children’s Day has a special significance in our country because in our country this festival is celebrated on 14 November, the birthday of the beloved uncle of small children, Nehru. This day of Children’s Day is dedicated towards children and is celebrated with great enthusiasm and enthusiasm, especially in schools. In which teachers and headmasters address the students and express their feelings towards them. There is no need to tell how important this celebration of Children’s Day is for us because on this day the future of the country i.e. students is addressed, who are the future of our country.
Speech on Children’s Day by Teachers in English
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Respected Principal, Vice-Principal, fellow teachers and my dear students, thank you all for giving me the opportunity to give a speech on this special occasion of Children’s Day today.
This festival is celebrated every year on 14th November, which is also the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of our country. His love for children was admirable, he was very close to students like you. I believe that every teacher loves his students, because you are the one who inspires us to come to school every day and teach you.
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was fondly called by the children as Chacha Nehru. He was called so because of his love and candid attitude towards children. According to him, the progress of our country is possible only when the youth work for the progress of the country. He believed that children with their zeal and knowledge would make a name for themselves in the world and achieve success.
It is not only that this program of Children’s Day is organized in our own school, but in many other institutions also, entertaining programs are organized on Children’s Day. But what is most important is that this day cannot be complete without following the ideas and ideals established by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.
Even though Pandit Nehru came from a prosperous family, his dress and living style was quite simple, if he wanted, he could have easily got a good position in the British administration due to his close ties with the royal family, but he lived a selfish life. He decided to leave and join the freedom struggle with Mahatma Gandhi.
There are many such hidden facts about Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru which will help you to achieve success in your life. Nehru ji spent his whole life working for the country. Every child should take inspiration from their works because by following these paths you will achieve success at every turn of life and will illuminate the name of your country.
You children are the foundation of the future of our country, today the children of our country are facing many problems like basic education and healthcare etc. There are many such children in our country who work in small shops all day for just one roti, sometimes situations become such when they have to sleep hungry for many days and nights and we are here in our life. Willingness to do little things. There can be no better day than Children’s Day to alert you to such problems.
Happy Children’s Day to all of you once again, so let’s celebrate this day with full zeal and enthusiasm and enjoy this precious gift of God like childhood.
Therefore, I request all of you that whenever you get a chance, do help the needy children. Through these works, you will be able to fulfill the dreams of your dear uncle Nehru and you will also be able to take your country forward towards progress.
Thank you all for listening so patiently to this speech of mine!
Short Speech on Children’s Day by Teachers in English
Respected Principal, Vice-Principal, fellow teachers and dear students are warmly welcome to all of you.
I am Sumita Sharma, teacher of Humanities Department and I feel very happy to deliver this speech in front of all of you on this occasion of Children’s Day. This program of Children’s Day is celebrated every year on 14th November. Do you know why this program of Children’s Day is celebrated?
This festival is celebrated on the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of our country. Jawaharlal Nehru was one of the most famous persons of our country. Apart from being a good politician, his leadership was also very amazing.
Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru was a commendable politician as well as a great mass hero. Because of his love for children, he was popularly known as Chacha Nehru among children. It is said that he considered children as the future of the country. He believed that children are very innocent and win everyone’s heart with their innocent smile. In his eyes every child was equal, whether it was a boy or a girl, equality was paramount to him. That is why he is our role model even today.
Children’s Day is celebrated all over the world with great enthusiasm and enthusiasm. On this day we teachers try to entertain you along with our peers. For this we distribute sweets and organize many fun activities for you like Tambola Competition, Ramp Show etc. I hope you enjoy our work.
We all want all of you children to follow the path shown by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Which will enhance your personality and help you to become a great person like him in future. In addition to being a courageous person, he was also a man of his promise, not giving up even in difficult situations was one of his specialties. He had to go to jail many times during the freedom struggle, but he never gave up and never shied away from fighting for truth and freedom.
It is the result of the governance management of Pandit Nehru that today All India Institute of Medical Sciences is in this condition and is the largest hospital in India. Along with this, an institute like Indian Institute of Technology is also the result of his efforts, which is considered one of the best institutes for higher education today.
Apart from this, he established many such institutions which provided free primary education to the children and led the country on the path of progress. During the service of the country, he got a lot of respect and his ideas and methods of politics were praised in foreign countries as well.
His actions prove that how committed a person Nehru was towards his work because he believed that children are the future of our country and the progress of our country depends on the children of our country. That is why you children are also considered as the foundation of our country. Even though the age of the children is young, but they have the potential to bring about a change in the country in a big way.
If you all work together then you can bring revolutionary change in the country. You are a responsible citizen of the future of this country and therefore the progress of the country depends on you. I hope I have been able to address you all well. Now go ahead with your recreational activities and other programs and enjoy this day to the fullest.
Thank you all for listening so patiently to this speech of mine!
Speech on Children’s Day by Teachers in English For students
Respected Principal, Vice Principal, fellow teachers and my fellow teachers and dear students, you are all warmly greeted in today’s program.
I would like to thank you all for giving me this opportunity to express my views on the auspicious occasion of Children’s Day. As we all know you little children are the future of our country. You are the basis of progress and success of our country. This day is celebrated in our country on the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Even today he is remembered by children as Chacha Nehru.
Nehru ji believed that we need youth for the betterment and progress of the country. Those who are full of new ideas and have the power to give a new dimension to the country. His ideology was based on the fact that educational institutions work to prepare the future of our country i.e. youth and children.
He believed that elementary and basic education should be compulsory for all. During his time free food was provided to the children studying in the school. In which milk and nutritious food were included, which worked to prevent malnutrition in children. Children’s Day is the time when we try to create awareness among the people of India about the rights and facilities of children.
We celebrate Teacher’s Day with great enthusiasm and enthusiasm, but have we ever thought about those children who are unable to go to school because of their home problems. Today the condition of children in India is miles away from what Nehru once imagined. Child labor is quite common in India, in which children of your age work in hotels, wash utensils and due to these problems are unable to study. Where you will see, children are exploited just in the name of work. That is why children and youth like you need to raise their voice against this.
Poverty and illiteracy are the main causes of child labor. Due to unequal distribution of wealth in India, the gap between the rich and the poor is increasing. Children from families living below the poverty line are most affected by this because at the age at which they should go to school, they have no option but to do unskilled labor to feed their family.
It is not that only the government is responsible for this, but that we are equal partners in this. Even after seeing the crime, doing something to stop it is really the biggest crime. We have to give our important cooperation in implementing the rules made by the government for protection of child rights. Along with this, we should refrain from taking child labor for domestic work and those who do so should be made aware by explaining about its ill-effects. All of you can make a significant contribution in giving your support in this work by donating your old books and educational items to the needy children.
So let’s take a pledge to help the needy children together and make the true meaning of Children’s Day meaningful.
Speech on Children’s Day by Teachers
Respected Principal, Vice-Principal, Teachers and my dear students!
As we all know that today we all have gathered here to celebrate the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, which is also celebrated by us as Children’s Day. I cannot describe the joy I feel in addressing all of you on this occasion.
Children’s Day program in India is celebrated every year on November 14, in view of Pandit Nehru’s love for the country children, his birthday is celebrated as Children’s Day. He attached great importance to the development of children throughout his life and loved to interact and mingle with them. He loved spending time with the children. Because of his love, the children also liked him very much and affectionately addressed him as Chacha Nehru.
In our country this day is celebrated with great enthusiasm and enthusiasm. On this day all the Union ministers and high officials of the country reach Shanti Bhavan and pay tribute to the great soul like Nehru ji. As Pandit Nehru said that children are the future of the country and they need a lot of love and care till they become self-reliant. The celebration of Children’s Day is celebrated to bring awareness about the safety of children in everyone and to brighten the future of the country.
In our country, children are provided very little money in return for wages for a long time, which is tantamount to exploitation in a way. Many of them either do not have the facility of education or are unable to study due to labor to support their family. We need to raise their level, which is possible only when we all Indians together understand our responsibilities. These children are the valuable heritage of our society as well as the future of our country.
If all of you young people want, you can help these needy children with many efforts through mutual cooperation. For this, you can also take the help of many non-governmental organizations, which are already working for the betterment of children. If you wish, you can make the best use of your old books and donate them to NGOs. So that these books of yours will be easily accessible to the needy children. It is not limited to just books, apart from this you can also donate your old clothes, sheets and blankets etc. which will prove to be very important for the needy children in cold weather.
Now I end my speech here, thank you all for listening so carefully to this speech of mine!