National Education Day Speech in English (Essay Article)
“Education is the most powerful weapon to change the world.”
Respected Teachers, Honorable Judges, and all my dear friends Good Morning Everyone. Thank you for allowing me to speak here. Today we will talk about National Education Day (11 November)
National Education Day is praised every year on 11th November. It is the celebrated on the birthday of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad.
Abul Kalam Azad was born on 11th November 1888 in Bengal. His childhood name was Abul Kalam Ghulam Muhiyuddin. His dad’s name was Maulana Khairuddin, who lived in Bengal. His mom’s name was Alia, who was an Arabian.
Maulana Azad was a writer, artist, and philosopher. He did excellent work in these fields. He began to distribute the daily paper ‘Al-Hilal’ in the year 1912. Al-Hilal was a famous paper of its time, played a major role in manufacturing Hindu-Muslim solidarity. He composed numerous works, reinterpreting the sacred Quran. He turned into the main Education Minister of the Independent India.
Maulana Azad died on 22nd February 1958. For his priceless commitment to the country, he was after honored with Bharat Ratna (after death), in 1992. He generally loved the effortlessness of life.
National Education Day is a noteworthy day to demonstrate the significance and helpfulness of instruction against society. On this day, extraordinary projects are composed of schools. On this day, numerous projects for instructive change and advancement are reported by the Center and the State Governments.
We also remember the great works of Maulana Azad. Education day is also celebrated by CBSE Schools, State Schools as well as Colleges.
The objective of celebrating National Education Day should be to strengthen our educational institutions and to raise the quality of education to greater heights. So on this day, all people who are involved in the field of education should come together to seek ways to advance India’s prestige in the world, as a knowledge society and to focus on how to educate our people.