“There is an app in it, Kutuki kids learning app. It is such an interactive app for young children in which they can learn a lot and can learn math and science through songs and stories. It has activities and games also.”
Speaking on Teachers’ Day celebrations, Modi said all should join hands to celebrate it in big way.
“And when we are celebrating Teachers’ Day on 5 September, then I will definitely urge my teacher colleagues to create an environment for this and all should join together to celebrate it,” Modi said.
While encouraging children to prepare for 75th Independence Day, Modi invited them to visit any historical place in their city releated to freedom struggle and write poems, stories on freedom fighters/ movement.
“If there is a place connected with the freedom movement in your city, then teachers should visit there with students. Students of a school can decide that in 75th years of independence, they will write poems and stories on 75 heroes of freedom in their region,” added Modi.
Earlier on August 18, Prime Minister Modi had asked people to share their inputs and ideas for the 68th edition of his monthly radio programme ‘Mann ki Baat’.
Speaking at the 67th edition of ‘Mann Ki Baat’, which coincided with the 21st anniversary of ‘Kargil Vijay Diwas’, Prime Minister Modi had criticised Pakistan and said it undertook the misadventure with sinister plans to capture India’s land and to divert its ongoing internal conflicts.
He also said that Pakistan tried to backstab in response to India’s friendly endeavours. The Prime Minister had urged the youth to share stories of valour of soldiers during the Kargil war.
He also asked people to visit the website – www.gallantryawards.gov.in – saying they will get to know a lot about the braves and their valour.
“When you share these with friends, they will also get inspired,” he had said.