Modi to interact with with children on Teachers’ Day

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30 Aug 2013
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi would be interacting with school children on the occasion of Teacher's Day on September 5 in Delhi. He would also be interacting with children on the same day through satellite link at NIC centres in various places.

In Sangam city, preparations are on full swing after a direction regarding this was received by project office of Sarva Siksha Abhiyan and Basic Education Directorate.

As per the direction, PM would be addressing the students live by Doordarshan through its national and regional channels from 3 pm to 4.45 pm. It would also be available through live web casting on different platforms of Doordarshan and the website of MHRD ( Siksha Adhikari (BSA), Rajkumar has directed all the schools to be open from 10am to 5pm instead of 7am to 12 noon on September 5. In Kasturba Gandhi Residential Girls' Schools, management has been asked to ensure that students watch the programme live on TV.

All the schools have been requested to make arrangements to assemble the children for the Prime Minister's address.

Schools have been asked to ensure that live programme is made available for the children through either of the following- media TV and facility for reception of TV signal either through DTH satellite, cable or aerial antenna, Edusat,internet access devices computers, laptops and mobiles.

Further, CBSE has also sent a letter to schools asking them to make alternate arrangements in schools for electricity through generators or inverters for uninterrupted power supply throughout the interaction.

The schools have been directed to flash this message on their school's website.
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