Union Home Minister Amit Shah spoke at the 113th convocation of Gurukula Kangri University, lauding the central government's National Education Policy (NEP). The NEP emphasises education in the mother tongue and promotes universal education based on the teachings of Indian visionaries, including Mahatma Gandhi and Dayanand Saraswati.

Shah commended the university for its role in reviving vedic education in India and combining it with modern education. He also paid tribute to the university's founder, Swami Shraddhanand, who revolutionised the education system and revived the vedic education system, all while emphasising culture and modern education.

Shah praised the NEP, which contains the combined visions of Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati, Swami Shraddhanand, Mahatma Gandhi, and Lala Lajpat Rai. He highlighted that the NEP is India's third education policy and aims to provide accessible education for all. It combines vedic education with modern education and promotes education in the mother tongue.


noted that engineering courses in 10 states are now being taught in local languages, and students appearing in JEE, NIIT, and IAS exams have the option of taking tests in their mother tongue. The NEP aims to make education streamless and classless, with no barriers to science and arts streams. Students are free to learn anything according to their interests and aptitudes.

Shah credited Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his leadership in bringing international glory to India and promoting Indianness. He applauded the Prime Minister for his decisive leadership, such as abolishing Article 370, securing the country's boundaries through surgical strikes, and elevating India's economy to the fifth largest in the world.

Finally, Shah congratulated the 1,800 students who received degrees at the convocation and encouraged them to apply their learning toward nation-building. He urged them to take pride in studying at an esteemed institution like Gurukula Kangri University and strive to make India the world's leading country in its 100th year.
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