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50 School Teachers to Be Honoured as Special Guests at Independence Day Ceremony

The Ministry of Education has extended a special invitation to a distinguished group of 50 school teachers to participate as honoured guests in the 77th Independence Day celebration at the historic Red Fort. These teachers have been carefully chosen for their exceptional dedication and unwavering commitment to shaping and nurturing students in their respective fields.

The Department of School Education and Literacy has taken the initiative to invite these educators, all of whom come from schools affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and Kendriya Vidyalaya Sanghathan (KVS) across the nation.

Over a span of two days, starting from today (August 14) until tomorrow (August 15), the teachers will be engaged in a variety of activities. These include visits to notable sites such as India Gate, War Memorial, and Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya, where they will pay tribute to soldiers at the Kartavya Path. Additionally, they are scheduled to partake in an interactive session with Union Minister of State, Rajkumar Ranjan Singh.

The government’s invitation serves as a recognition of the invaluable contributions made by teachers, who play an indispensable role in moulding the future of the country through their resolute commitment. The invitation eloquently conveys the nation’s gratitude for their role in imparting knowledge, values, and skills to the younger generation.

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