Assembly-17th January

17th January.                      Assembly.                        Class V

Theme: Raja Ram Mohan Roy 

Thought: For wise and good men always feel disinclined to hurt those that are of much less strength than themselves.

Speech: Raja Ram Mohan Roy was born into an elite Bengali Hindu family on May 22, 1772, in Radhanagar village of Hoogly district, Bengal Presidency. He was born to Ramkanto Roy, his father, and Tarinidevi, his mother in the darkest era in the history of India. One of the significant personalities of his time, Raja Ram Mohan Roy was a social and educational reformer known for bringing social reforms and building a modern India. He campaigned against the caste system, untouchability, superstitions and use of intoxicants. He attacked child marriage, polygamy, illiteracy of women and the degraded state of widows. 

News: Coldwave in northwest India to abate from January 19 under influence of two western disturbances.

Kerala’s Kollam district has been declared the first constitution-literate district of India. 

On January 15, 2023, Google Doodle paid tribute to Khashaba Dadasaheb Jadhav, independent India’s first individual Olympic medalist, as the wrestler celebrated his 97th birthday. 

Words for the day:

abate – to become less strong

reforms – to change a system in order to make it better

degrade – to make people respect somebody less

defamation – the action of damaging the good reputation of someone

significant – sufficiently great or important to be worthy of attention

Name of the students

Prayer – Payoja Kumari

Pledge – Aarav Vardhan Jana

Thought – Aganveer

News – Arnav Sah

Speech – Pranav Aryan

Host – Divyam 

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