A child is a national treasure that contributes to a beautiful future, and they play a vital part in creating the future. Children who are treated with the respect and empathy they deserve grow up to be respectful and accountable members of society. In honour of the first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, who was born on November 14, India observes Children's Day on that day. Pandit Nehru was born in Allahabad, India, in 1889; today is the 133rd anniversary of his birth. He considered that everybody's happiness should be prioritised because children are a nation's future and the core of a nation. Kristu Jayanti College Incubation centre Dhatri Patra Foundation organised “Dhatri Bhuthi: Joy of Giving”. For the benefit of the children who are in need, students from several departments contributed school supplies at Kristu Jayanti College from November 6th to 11th 2022. Changing a child's life by giving them the everlasting gift of education was the campaign's motto. We can encourage the kids to do well in school by providing the necessary materials in a timely manner.
On this Children's Day, let's emphasise how providing children with high-quality care and education in their early years enables them to thrive and make the most of their lives. Both parents and teachers have a significant impact on how children develop. Research has shown that gentle parenting is the most successful strategy for raising healthy, self-assured children. Teachers must also treat students with respect and be considerate of their needs. As Jawaharlal Nehru mentioned, “You will never grow old as long as you carry your childhood in your heart” on this beautiful day let’s keep the enthusiastic side of you alive by honouring the innocence of childhood.