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Watch President Pranab Mukherjee Teachers Day Speech Class Video 2015

Watch President Pranab Mukherjee Teachers Day Speech Class Video 2015 : Indian President Mr. Pranab Mukherjee is teaching students today on the eve of 05th September which is known as Teachers Day In India. He teaches Political Science to senior secondary students of a government school in the President’s Estate. And Live Video for his teachings were telecast-ed all over the country. Now below get complete details of President Pranab Mukherjee Teachers Day Speech Class 2015.

Watch President Pranab Mukherjee Teachers Day Speech Class Video 2015

President Pranab Mukherjee Teachers Day Speech Details 2015

Mukherjee, who once taught political science at a college in Bengal, stood behind a teacher’s desk as he addressed teachers and students at the Sarvodaya Vidyalaya inside the President’ Estate in Delhi.

The event was part of the Delhi government’s Teachers’ Day celebrationsDe, organized one day ahead as Saturday is a holiday in all schools.
“For the first time through this Constitution, we the Indian people have the right to make our own laws,” Mukherjee said.

He also spoke about his constant urge of “teaching somewhere”.

Recalling his days as a student in his home state West Bengal, Mukherjee said, “When I was a student, my school was very far, a little more than five km. I used to walk through paddy fields,” he said.

He also recalled how he used to use a towel to protect his books while walking to school clothed only in another towel tied “around my waist”.

“I used to be a very naughty boy. I did not want to go to school because I had to walk 5 km every day,” he added.

Source : Hindustantimes.com

Pranab Mukherjee Quotes On Teachers Day

1. I was a naughty child, my mother pushed me to work hard.

2. I used to cause lot of trouble for my mother. I would get a good deal of thrashing from her.

3. I was not a bright student, I was an average student.

4. I am explaining history as I have seen it.

5. I wondered at the marvel of democracy from a village boy to the centre of national politics.

6. I would be happy if you call me Mukherjee Sir.

7. I have taken longer than I thought. You can tell me to stop if you’re bored.

We wish you Happy teachers day 2015.

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