Jammu, September 11: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha spoke at the Medhavi Chhatra Samman Samaroh held in Jammu today and sponsored by the Amar Ujala Group.
The deserving class 10th and 12th students who received this year’s prize were recognised and given his best wishes by the Lt Governor.
The young people were urged by the Lt. Governor to be future-ready and be ready for the possibilities and challenges that lay ahead.
The G20 New Delhi Leaders’ Declaration is momentous and ground-breaking thanks to the able leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji. India is the world’s fresh ray of hope. He remarked that the younger generation must take advantage of this chance to make the twenty-first century India’s century.
The Lieutenant Governor gave the girls pupils his congratulations for outperforming the males in the award count at the time.
The attention of the whole nation has been drawn to the accomplishments of our girls and the higher percentage of Gold Medals at all levels. The Lt Governor said, “I am convinced that through hard effort and tenacity, they will pave the way for future economic development and prosperity in J&K UT.
The Lt. Governor emphasised the need of transforming educational institutions into hubs for creativity, ideas, and lifelong learning.
He said that a student-centered and outcome-based approach to education would enable the next generation to acquire new skills and find success in a changing environment.
The Lt. Governor urged the teaching profession to inspire kids to discover their inherent potential and embrace their uniqueness.
“Teachers’ job is to stimulate real and unique strength of the students so they can develop new ideas, solve problems, exploit future opportunities, learn to be creative and their power of mind can be utilised for the greater good of humanity,” stated the Lt. Governor.