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Imparting science education in mother tongue: Kalam

Former President A P J Abdul Kalam has said that science education should be imparted to children in vernacular languages to bring creativity and enable easy grasp of the subject.

Written by Agencies | Nagpur |
January 20, 2011 4:35:59 pm

Former President A P J Abdul Kalam has said that science education should be imparted to children in vernacular languages to bring creativity and enable easy grasp of the subject.

Interacting with students at the Dharampeth Science College during its golden jubilee function here last night,Kalam said,”I studied up to tenth standard through vernacular medium and later picked up English.”

He advised teachers to bring out creativity in children and teach them science in their mother-tongue.

“Creativity is the key to success in the future and primary education is where teachers can bring creativity in children at that level,” he said adding teachers should become facilitators of innovativeness.

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Underlining the importance of righteousness,Kalam said it leads to beauty in character which in turn brings peace in world,harmony in home and order in nation.

“The country needs righteousness in heart and ethics,” he said.

Kalam advised teachers to make children ’employment generators and not mere employment seekers’.

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