Republic Day 2018 Speech Ideas For Students And Teachers

By Malavikka

Republic day is one of the D-days of the Indian national events. It is particularly a special occasion for the schools and students as it is celebrated in the varsities in a structured manner that commemorates the day in a meaningful manner.

Why Is Republic Day Celebrated In Schools?

Republic Day in India is celebrated in remembrance of the day when the Indian Constitution came into force. On 26 January 1950, the Constitution of India was brought into function, garnering a major aspect of pride for the country. The constitution contains the democratic rights and freedom of a citizen.

 

The reason why Republic Day is celebrated in schools in India is to emphasise the importance of our constitution and imbibe patriotism in students.

On this special occasion, it is a privilege for a student or teacher to address a gathering. Do you aspire to be that inspirational person who could captivate the audience with amazing speech? CareerIndia presents Republic Day speech ideas for students and teachers to make your D-day memorable and inspirational:

History Is Rich

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Students being the prime audience of your speech addressal, it is therefore important to enlighten them about the meaning and reason behind celebrating Republic Day. Explain what happened in January 1950 - before, during and after the constitution was launched and when the official Republic Day was announced.

Speech Pointers

  • Greetings: Good morning students!
  • Introduction: India is rich in its culture and history. This is one of the reasons why Republic Day in our country is given so much importance. 
  • History: Why is Republic Day celebrated? (Refer the answer above)

 

 

Being Indian

Once you have deliberated the history and its importance, enlighten your audience about the privileges and pros of being an Indian.

Speech Pointers:

  • Advantages of being an Indian: Enjoying various forms of freedom and rights
  • Compare India with other countries: Democracy being a way of life in India compared to militant countries like China.

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Constitution

After divulging the importance of the day and the advantages of being an Indian, it is important to talk about what the Constitution is all about.

Speech Pointers:

  • What is the constitution? It is the rulebook for India where the laws are given in a written format.
  • Highlight best of the rules in the constitution: Everyone is equal in the eyes of the law, discrimination is punishable
  • Why Constitution? It is vital to have a written guidance for a country's governance, so it can function in organised manner.

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Moral Lesson

Give out the lessons from the story of Republic Day-

Speech Pointers:

  • Fruit of hard work: Struggle for independence and framing laws
  • Freedom: Need for freedom and using it responsibly 
  • Being strong: Anecdotes of bad times during freedom struggle and how being tough through non-violence and extremism helped

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India Today

Compare India then and now.

Speech Pointers

  • Changes affected: Through the olden days, run through the changes in laws and mention the reforms and how positive change has impacted
  • Conclusion: Inspire students to work for a better tomorrow by standing for their values and righteousness just like the leaders did.

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