Speech on Education
Warm greetings and a very good morning to everyone who is present here. Today I have been to give a speech about education. I will try my best.
The word education is a very commonly used term and we use it unabashedly. We talk about the right to education frequently. But how many of us really understand the actual meaning of the word? In common parlance, by education we mean the degrees that we have attained. A person who has achieved many degrees is considered to be a well-educated man. But does education mean only academic qualifications? No, there are many more things, which are integrally related to education. It is education that causes overall development of an individual. The personality of an individual is developed with education. Therefore, it is very important to have the right and proper kind of education from the very beginning.
A person who has real and true education is an asset to his family, friends and for society at large. It is because he has developed the art of thought with his education and knowledge. His reasoning capabilities are way higher and better than any ordinary person. He can distinguish the differences between true and false, between right and wrong and act accordingly. As a result, a man who has proper education will have better decision making capabilities in all spheres of life.
Many people think that education is complete once school-college and university studies are over. But it is not so. Education is something that cannot end. It starts from the day we are born to the day we die. It is an ever-evolving thing and goes on and on. Also, many people think that education is the parameter for success in life. Higher the education (academic qualifications), higher the rate of success. But it is not so always.
We often confuse the terms ‘literacy’ and ‘education’. It is high time that we understand the real meaning of education.
Speech on Discipline in Student Life
Good day all. We have all gathered here for an amazing program and I would like to say a few words about the importance of discipline in student life.
Well, there are innumerable times, probably when your parents have asked you to be a little disciplined during your student life. Discipline is regarded as one of the most important virtues in human beings because discipline helps us in keeping on track. What is discipline actually? It is nothing but a set of rules or a book of conducts which help us in following the right path. Achieving goals in life become difficult until and unless one has proper discipline. Thus, discipline should be taught and implemented right from childhood. After a period of time, it gets into the system of the child automatically and he follows them conveniently without any kind of external force.
It is true that discipline is needed all throughout our life, but it is perhaps most needed during student life – both during school and college. Having a disciplined life in these stages will help in preparing for a successful and prosperous tomorrow. Discipline helps in maintaining a rhythm and harmony in society and this helps in not only your personal growth and development, but development of the society as a whole. Discipline is needed in every walk of life and a lack of it might bring in several problems.
Sometimes many people find following discipline to be quite difficult and suffocating. They think that their freedom and liberty is curbed by discipline. But it is not so in any manner. Discipline in student life will act as a guiding star and help you whenever you feel you are losing track in your life and going wayward. Discipline makes one organized and chaos-free. One has more clarity of mind and is able to work on things in a better manner with discipline.
First lesson of discipline begins at home and then it continues to school, college and other institutions you become part of. Imbibe the quality and see the great results!
Speech on Disaster Management
A very good morning to everyone who is present here today. I am here to speak about disaster management. You must have heard this term time and again, but may not know what it really means. Well, to understand disaster management, one has to understand what a disaster is in the first place. So, let us focus on that first.
What is a disaster?
Disaster is any kind of calamity or a mishap that has taken place and has affected the environment as well as personal lives of people in an adverse manner. This grave occurrence might have taken place naturally or from man-made reasons. Some of the most common instances of natural disasters include floods, earthquake, landslides, cyclones, droughts, volcanic eruptions, etc. However, there are man-made disasters as well and these can be seen in the form of destruction, war, bomb blasts, accidents etc. Whatever be the kind of the disaster, general human life is impacted and affected by the same adversely.
The role of disaster management
It is evident from the name disaster management that it is an effort of providing help and assistance to the disaster victims in the best way possible. Disaster management is a special discipline through which efforts are made and steps are taken for reducing the harm caused by the disastrous force. Ready intervention of the disaster management team can help in saving lives of people and also protect and save property from getting damaged. The biggest problem with the disaster management teams is their lack of adequate awareness about the ways for coping with disasters. Lack of communication and coordination between the state and the center agencies is also a problem.
Rescue operations are eased and smoothened with the help of a disaster management team. These professionals are trained in such a manner that they can handle disasters of all kinds – man made as well as natural disasters with ease. Nowadays many modern tools and equipment are used for effective disaster management, making the work easy and convenient. Let me conclude my speech by saying disaster management can go a long way in averting a mishap and hence all people in the corporate world must be given basic training on the same.
Speech on Children’s Day
Warm good morning to everyone. We have gathered here to celebrate Children’s Day. And in this regard, I would like to give a short speech on children.
Today is 14th November, the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, first Prime Minster of India. His birthday is observe as Children’s Day in India as he had deep liking for children and they would call him ‘Chacha Nehru’ fondly. This day is widely celebrated in schools, colleges and other educational institutes along with in different homes as well. Usually on this day, lots of fun-filled activities are arranged for the kids so that they can enjoy themselves and have fun. Many schools allow wearing colored dresses to school on this day. Chocolates and other eatables are also distributed among children. Teachers are also seen to perform for their students in various ways.
Children’s Day is not only about fun, frolic and enjoyment. The day also comes as a reminder to us for our commitments towards welfare of children. This includes education, health, food, overall care and concern and so on. Pandit Nehru emphasized that until and unless children were taken care of well and nurtured well, the society would not develop. This is because the children are the building blocks of a country. They are the buds now, which will bloom into beautiful flowers. It is in the hands of these children that the future of the nation depends. Children need proper care and guidance from their parents, teachers as well as from other members in their family.
On Children’s Day, let us take an oath of providing some common rights to children so that they grow up to be healthy individuals for our society, both mentally as well as physically:
- Right to proper love and care by family and parents
- Right to clean clothes, healthy food and security
- Right to education
- Right to healthy living environment and ambience
It is the duty of each one of us to ensure that children get these properly for their growth and development.
Speech on Children
Today I have come here to give a small speech on ‘children’. Yes, that is my topic for the day. Good morning everyone.
What is the first thing that comes to your mind when we mention the word ‘children’? Well, for me, it is a human being, who is in between the stage of birth and adolescence. Children is the plural of ‘child’ and is used in various ways in different references. Usually the parents of the child will take care of him and bring him up by providing the best facilities possible as per one’s own capacity and capability. However, all children are not so lucky and they might be brought up by guardians, foster parents or even by nurses in various day care centers.
There are different stages of development for children and these will actually decide as how the child will grow up to be an adult. There are innumerable stages of social development through which the child passes. It is in these stages that a child learns to share things, understands what is his own and what is not, develops healthy habits, etc. As soon as he learns to share, the group in which he plays gets bigger and he is ready to participate and join group activities and functions. All kinds of habits start developing in the child. It is the duty of the parent/guardian or whoever is taking care of the child to encourage the good habits and ignore the bad habits.
Health is also a main concern for children. No development is possible in a child until and unless he is physically as well as mentally healthy. While some children might need some extra help for learning skills, some might have enough of it already. In case there are any kinds of health issues, these need to be diagnosed and treated as early as possible.
Let me conclude the speech by saying ‘Today’s children are the backbone of tomorrow’s society’. Therefore, it is important to ensure that the buds are nourished well, so that they can turn into beautiful flowers of tomorrow.
Speech on Chandrashekhar Azad
Warm greetings to everyone present here today. I am here to deliver a speech on Chandrashekhar Azad.
The Indian Independence struggle was a long and tough one and had considerable contributions from innumerable freedom fighters. Among them, the name of Chandrashekhar Azad has a special place for sure. Known as a revolutionary in the truest sense of the word, this young man strived to bring freedom to India from the shackles of the British rule.
Early life and education
Chandrashekhar Azad was born on 23rd July in the year 1906 at Bhavra in Jhabua District of Madhya Pradesh. He was born to Pandit Sita Ram Tiwari (father) and Jagrani Devi (mother) and was known as Chandrashekhar Tiwari. Right from his childhood, Azad was a strong boy who learnt swimming, archery and wrestling. The boy completed his education at Sanskrit Paathshala in Varanasi.
Chandrashekhar Azad and revolutionary activities
It was the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, which ignited the flame in Chandrashekhar Azad for achieving independence of India from the clutches of the British. He was an integral part of the group of revolutionaries whose main aim was Indian independence. During the Non-Cooperation movement in 1920-21, Chandrashekhar Azad was just a teen, but he participated in many protests and marches and also got arrested. He bore punishment in the prison with nonchalance and hence earned the title of ‘Azad’.
When mention of Chandrashekhar Azad comes, there comes references of several incidents in the Indian freedom movement. The Kakori Conspiracy and the Lahore Conspiracy need special mention in this regard for sure. His close associations with Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev are well known and these revolutionaries have together succeeded in many plans against the British.
Like a true revolutionary fighting for his nation’s independence, Chandrashekhar Azad became a martyr for his motherland. Azad had vowed that he would never be captured by the British and he kept his word till the end. After attempting escape from the park where he and his revolutionary friends had planned a meeting, the man shot himself to death.
India will forever remember and regard the contribution of such great martyrs who without hesitation gave up their lives for the nation’s freedom.
Speech on Cashless India
Hello everyone! Today I am here to render a speech on cashless India.
Cashless India concept is a mission, which has been launched in India. Cashless economy is the one where physical currency or notes are minimal or not in circulation. The transactions that will be done will be done through debit cards, credit cards, online banking, virtual wallets or other kinds of electronic fund transfer media.
The first step towards cashless India started when on 8th November 2016, currency notes of INR 500 and INR 1000 were no longer considered legal. This step was taken as a movement for checking black money menace in the country. The step of demonetization was actually considered as a foundation for cashless economy.
Through ‘Digital India’ initiative, the Government aims to digitize our country and one integral part of this venture will be to make India into a cashless economy. People use internet more frequently now for all kinds of works, including making payments via NEFT, RTGS, IMPS or using virtual wallets. The use of debit and credit cards is also very common. The use of technology is helping in places so that there is no transaction of liquid money whatsoever. It is being estimated that with this initiative, black money, fake notes and the issue of corruption can be combated in a serious manner.
Here are some of the advantages which can come with cashless India:
- Helps in fighting corruption and black money
- Brings transparency in the system
- Reduces cost of making coins and notes
- Helps in lowering transaction costs
- Helps in increasing tax base
- Security and speed is guaranteed in cashless transactions
I conclude my speech by stating that the present situation, making cashless India seems like a dream. With proper infrastructure and backup plan in hand, this can be helpful for the economy if implemented in the right way.
Speech on Books are Our Best Friends
It is a bit hard to find people who love reading books, in this era of digital communication and social networking. However, I can tell you with confidence that books continue to be the best companions you will ever get in life. I’m trying to make the Speech on books are our best friends as comprehensive as possible. Hope you my dear students and teachers will find it interesting.
It is the best idea to develop the habit of reading books early in life as you will get the benefits all your life! Once you know the benefits well, you will keep reading books.
Look around and you will see everyone is busy with their life and chores. Parents lack time to interact with their kids and vice versa. With a book, you will not feel much lonely. You learn a lot of things about life and your knowledge will enhance. This will be helpful later in life. When you have a lot of spare time, reading books is the best option. You will not feel bored with a book in your hands.
Unlike people in your life, books never judge you. You can be in casuals or in any shape and you will not be judged. This is not the case with your human friends who are often critical about you!
You can carry books almost everywhere and read when you want. Online books or e books are also available and you can find any in any language nowadays. So, language barrier will not be a problem. You can take them on trips, while going to places etc. Whether it is in public transport or bathroom, you can read books easily.
You can learn a lot from the books, but they do not preach, unlike human teachers. So, you can learn this at your pace when you read books. When you are upset or sick, there is hardly anything that can help boost the mood like a book. They can be your comfort zone anytime.
Speech on Babasaheb Ambedkar
Today I’m going to share with you my dear teachers and students, some interesting facts on Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, who is commonly known as Babasaheb Ambedkar. It is rather hard to describe everything on this great personality in a few minutes. I will still try to make the Speech on Babasaheb Ambedkar comprehensive. He was the pioneer in many fields in India, which was no mean achievement!
Babasaheb Ambedkar was a multi-talented leader and he was basically a radical person who thought ahead of his contemporaries. He was a talented economist, politician and above all he was one of the greatest social reformers who played the key role behind the Dalit Buddhist movement. His contribution behind social reforms is undeniable. He succeeded in making the contemporary society think differently on age old prejudices and superstitions. He was conferred the highest civilian award of India, Bharat Ratna posthumously, but no award will be enough to recognize his achievements.
Apart from the numerous social reform work he carried out throughout his life, Dr Ambedkar played a major role behind the formation of Indian Constitution. He was a talented student and became a scholar in political science, law, and economics. After working as a professor, lawyer and economist, he turned to political activities. Later is his life he converted to Buddhism. Throughout his life he tried to enlighten the mass about the misconceptions and stigma about the underprivileged communities.
Ambedkar was a harsh critic of ancient texts that justify untouchability and promote caste discrimination. He served as Independent India’s first Law Minister. At this stage of life, he played the role in developing the Constitution of the country. Even the formation of the present, RBI was done following the theories and principles laid out by him.
The social and economic reforms he introduced made him face severe criticism from a section of society and political circles. But he was never scared of championing the cause of the underprivileged lot in the country. I sincerely feel such unique leaders are born in our nation again.
Speech on Ashoka
Hello my respected teachers, guests, and dear fellow students. Today I am going to speak a few words about the legendary monarch on India –Ashoka.
There have been many monarchs and dynasties In India, but Ashoka was the first ruler who put in active efforts to spread the message of unity and tolerance. The remarkable thing about his life is that he discarded the lavish life of dynasty and royalty to spread the message of peace and co-existence. That is why he is still regarded as one of the greatest leaders our country ever witnessed. It is difficult to include all his activities and achievements in a single Speech on Ashoka but I will try my best to enlighten you.
Son of famous Mauryan Emperor Bindusara, Ashoka ruled out country from 273 BC till 232 BC. Born in 304 BC, he became a talented monarch and a great ruler early in his life.
He was called back by his father to tackle an uprising in the Ujjain Province and at this stage he was first exposed to the principles and ways of Buddhism. The battle of Kalinga later, however changed him from inside.
The devastation of the war made him think about the impact of war and greed on human life. After this stage, Ashoka turned to Buddhism and for the rest of life, it became an inseparable part of his life. Noted Buddhists leaders Radhaswami and Manjushri became his teachers.
Post conversion to Buddhism, Ashoka became a totally transformed person. At this stage, he began some of the massive public works projects. He made edicts to conserve wildlife and also supported vegetarianism. Thus, the aggressive, greedy monarch became a great social leader. Through his efforts, Buddhism spread to the neighboring countries. Our country is in need of such leaders for enlightenment and growth.
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