Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on Thursday urged parents and educators to inculcate value-based education in their children by emphasizing Indian culture, traditions and principles.
Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on Thursday called on parents and educators to provide value-based education to children focusing on Indian culture, traditions and policies. He believes that such value-based and holistic education is necessary for the overall development of the child.
Speaking at a function commemorating the first death anniversary of legendary singer SP Balasubramaniam, Vice President Naidu suggested that the school curriculum should place more emphasis on Indian art and culture and provide a comprehensive view of the country’s heritage. He said that music gives peace of mind and children should be encouraged to learn it.
The Vice President paid deep respects to the late singer. Recalling the life of a versatile singer, Vice President Naidu said that in the five decades of his musical journey, Balasubramanian has left an indelible mark on the music world. He also recalled his close relationship with the late singer and their general love for the Telugu language, an official statement said.