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Education strongest tool for change: Kerala governor

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Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan remarked on Saturday that education is the strongest tool of change, while adding that the knowledge gained through it brings out the capability to maintain the inherent unity and the feeling of oneness in India amid a ‘superficial diversity’. Addressing a seminar organized by Delhi University, he added, “Despite the long period of slavery, India has been able to save and protect its wisdom of ancient times.”

EDUCATION MAKES ONE HUMAN IN REAL SENSE

Governor Arif Mohammed Khan further remarked that education brings in knowledge while adding that it is the knowledge that makes one a human in the real sense.

INDIAN PRINCIPLES POINT TO INCLUSIVE INDIA

Recounting India’s principles from the past to the present, he said, “Right from times of (Swami) Vivekananda and (Rabindranath) Tagore, our ethos and guiding principles, reflective of our cultural background, have been pointing to the idea of an inclusive India.”

“Pleasure is not the core of life, but the goal of life is the pursuit of knowledge,” Arif Mohammed Khan said.

KNOWLEDGE MAINTAINS UNITY

Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan emphasized that India has been a living example of a continuing civilization whose culture and ethos are aging but not getting old. The governor added, “It is through knowledge alone that capability comes of maintaining the inherent unity, the feeling of oneness amongst Indians, amidst, a superficial diversity. He went on to note, “It is our ability to learn from the past and adapt ourselves to the future that makes our civilization continuous.”

SERVICE TO HUMANITY COMES FROM KNOWLEDGE

Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan stated that renunciation and service to humanity can only be realized via knowledge, and that the learned is the one who truly understands these ideals.

DU’S CENTENARY YEAR

Delhi University is organising the international seminar on Revisiting Ideas from ‘Swaraj’ to ‘New India’ as part of its centenary celebrations.

Delhi University Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Singh said, “It is the educational institutions and the universities, which shall, through intensive research, be the creators of technology, as it is the technology that alone has the potential to make India a Vishwa Guru, as is the dream and focus of all.

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