School Education Minister Deepak Kesarkar said on Friday that although Balbharati is a department that produces books, in the future, facilities are being provided to teach children through videotapes.
Kesarkar was speaking at a program organized on the occasion of the 56th anniversary of ‘Balabharati’. On this occasion, School Education Secretary Ranjitsinh Deol, Senior Literary Dr. Shripal Sabnis, State Board President Sharad Gosavi, Secretary Anuradha Oak, Deputy Director Audumbar Ukirde along with teachers, parents, students etc were present. On this occasion, the renovation of the juvenile department was inaugurated by Kesarkar.
‘Baalbharti’ has a very special place and importance in our lives. The contribution of ‘Balabharati’ till now in the field of education is very valuable. A new education policy is being implemented in the country. Therefore, more and more education in the future will be available through mother tongue. It will provide students with new opportunities for education. India will be the youngest country in the world in next 10 years. Students should lead India by developing personality along with studies. Engineer, doctor is not the only career field, students should choose their field of interest and do excellent work in it, said Kesarkar.
Good luck to the students for the exam
At the beginning of the program, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech in the program ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ was shown to the students. The guidance provided by Modi in the ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ program will be of great benefit to the students while facing the exams. Kesarkar wished the students who are appearing for the upcoming 10th-12th exams to face the exams well and succeed without the stress of the exams.