Vice President Mr. Venkaiah Naidu

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu urges people to practice their religion and not slander the religious beliefs of others: Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu said on Saturday that one can be proud and practice one’s religion but no one has the right to denigrate the religious beliefs of others. He claimed that religion is a “personal matter”. On the burning issue of religious intolerance, Vice President Naidu reiterated that religion is a personal matter and while one may be proud and practice one’s religion, no one has the right to denigrate religious beliefs of others, while stressing that secularism and tolerance towards the opinions of others are an integral part of the Indian ethos and that sporadic incidents cannot undermine India’s commitment to the values ​​of pluralism and inclusiveness, according to the vice-president’s secretariat.Also Read – Landslide on Agumbe Ghat road in Karnataka disrupts traffic. Check the alternate routes here

Vice President Naidu called for the removal of barriers to women’s empowerment in the country, saying that there are several areas where women have not yet realized their full potential, even though our civilizational principles encourage a equal participation of women in various fields. Also Read – Congress approves constitution of KPCC Political Affairs Committee with immediate effect

During the inauguration of the platinum jubilee celebrations of Mount Carmel College in Bangalore on Saturday, the vice president addressed the gathering while emphasizing greater impetus for women’s education through the constant efforts of the government. He explained that when given the opportunity, women always prove themselves in all disciplines. Also Read – RBI Imposes Withdrawal Restrictions and Limits on 4 Co-operative Banks. Check details here

Naidu mentioned that India’s stellar contribution in the field of education during ancient times earned him the status of ‘Viswa Guru’. Referring to eminent scholars of ancient India, such as Gargi and Maitreyi, the Vice President praised India’s educational heritage.

He also applauded progressive and reformist leaders in Karnataka, such as Attimabbe and Sovaladevi, who were great patrons of learning, while commending the Virashaiva movement which was committed to the empowerment of women through education. .

The Vice President commended the College for empowering women since independence to become catalysts for change and bridging gender gaps in education.

Naidu stressed the importance of adopting a futuristic approach to education by focusing on developing student skills ranging from artificial intelligence to data analysis. “It’s equally important to have effective communication skills,” he added.

Emphasizing the importance of “active learning”, the vice-president wants educational establishments to adopt assessment based on continuous assessment. Calling for breaking the rigidity and tight compartmentalisation of subjects, he stressed that “interdisciplinarity and multidisciplinarity are the way forward”.

(With contributions from the agency)

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