Rashtriya Bal Puraskar 2023: The President said that we are celebrating the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence across the country. We got freedom after a hard struggle. So it is expected from the new generation that they all should recognize the value of this freedom and protect it.
Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar 2023: President Draupadi Murmu awarded Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar 2023 to 11 children on Monday, January 23, 2023, at a function held at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. The Prime Minister’s National Child Award has been given to children in the age group of five to 18 years for excellence in six categories – art and culture, bravery, innovation, academics, social service, and sports.
This year, the PM Rashtriya Bal Puraskar (PMRBP) will be given to children selected for exceptional achievement in the fields of art and culture (4), bravery (1), innovation (2), social service (1), and sports (3). was done. A Mallakhamb player, a singer suffering from orthopedics, and a YouTuber are among 11 children to receive the Prime Minister’s National Child Award, in 2023. There were six boys and five girls among them. Each awardee received a medallion, a cash prize of Rs one lakh, and a certificate.
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Awardees include singer Aditya Suresh, dancer M Gaurav Reddy, 12-year-old tabla artist Shreya Bhattacharjee, Rohan Ramchandra Bahir in the bravery category, Aditya Pratap Singh Chauhan and Rishi Shiv Prasanna in the innovation category, 10-year-old national level Mallakhamb player Shauryajit Ranjitkumar Khaire. and SQAY martial arts player Hanaya Nisar, etc.
This honor is an encouragement for contribution to nation-building.
Speaking on the occasion, the President said that children are an invaluable asset to our country. The President said that every effort made to build their future will shape the future of our society and country. We should do everything possible for their safe and happy childhood and bright future. By awarding the children, we are encouraging and honoring their contribution to nation-building.
Showed indomitable courage and valor at a young age
The President said that some of the award winners have shown such indomitable courage and valor at such a young age that he was not only surprised but also overwhelmed to know about them. His example is inspirational for all children and youth. The President said that we are celebrating the nectar of independence across the country. We got freedom after a hard struggle. So it is expected from the new generation that they all should recognize the value of this freedom and protect it. He advised the children to think about the interest of the country and work for the country wherever they get a chance.
Urge to plant and protect trees
The President said that he was happy to note that today’s children are more aware of the environment. He advised them to take care that whatever they do is not affecting the environment adversely. He urged people to plant trees and protect them. He urged them to save energy and inspire elders to do the same.
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