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Republic Day Speech For School Principal

Last Update: 12.01.2020

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This Republic Day speech would be useful for the school principal to deliver on 26 January.

Vande Mataram!


Esteemed teachers and my dear students

Wish you all a Happy Republic Day!

Today we all have gathered here to celebrate our 71st Republic Day. On this auspicious occasion I extend my heartiest greetings and good wishes to you all. As we all know about the importance of Republic Day, I need not speak much about this special day. However we need to be grateful to the founding fathers who formulated and drafted an exemplary Constitution of India that has steered India towards progress and development. Due to the untiring efforts of the great leaders / freedom fighters of our nation under oppressive conditions, we / you all are fortunate of being born in independent India. Now we as the citizens of this great nation and you children as the future citizens of the country, need to re-dedicate ourselves to build a stronger and developed nation.

Just now we have unfurled our National Tricolor Flag and I am sure it would be interesting to know few facts about our flag. Early in the 20th century, the Indian National Congress under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi, a man named Pingali Venkayya designed the flag with saffron and green stripes, which represent the unity of Hindu and Muslim brethren of our country, and a navy blue wheel with 24 spokes at the center that was adopted from the Ashoka Chakra symbolizes our desire for self-reliance. The white band at the center represents various other communities of our nation. Thus our National Tricolor flag was adopted which symbolizes the strong unity among various communities of the nation.

At this juncture, let me remind you that though the country is plagued with certain social evils yet we are proud to see our nation marching ahead on the roads of development. Now as the future citizens of our country, you all need to strive for a fully developed nation of ours and put your efforts in achieving the same. Remember that we need to take the true spirit from our National Tricolor and strive to achieve our desire of a developed nation through our unity. Nothing can be impossible if we stand united, work for the prosperity and development of our nation and thus fulfill our dreams of building a stronger nation in future.

Children, I would like to remind you of Swach Bharat Abhiyan initiated by our Prime Minister - Mr. Narendra Modi - which is of great importance. You are very well aware that cleanliness plays a key role for a healthy living. Dear students, this is your school and it is your foremost responsibility to keep your classrooms and the school premises clean i.e. 'swach', This would help in the overall cleanliness of the school. Of course, there are 'ayahs' who do their duty but as future citizens of the country, you need to be responsible and help 'ayahs' in doing their duty in the right way. Let's strive to build a cleaner and healthier nation.

Jai Hind!

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