REPUBLIC DAY SPEECH
Republic day celebration is a huge national event celebration in India especially for students in the schools, colleges and other educational institutions. Variety of activities are run by the teachers to enhance student’s skill and knowledge about Republic day of India. Speech recitation and group discussion are some of the most important activities on Republic Day of India.
We have provided below various speech on Republic Day which will help students to develop leadership qualities. All the Republic day speech are very simple and easily worded, written according the students need and requirement. Using such speech, students may easily involve in the speech recitation activity without any hesitation. So, you can select any of the speeches on Republic Day according to your class standard:
REPUBLIC DAY SPEECH 1
Good morning to all. My name is…… I read in class….. As we all know that we have gathered here on the very special occasion of our nation called as Republic Day of India. I would like to narrate a Republic Day speech in front of you. First of all I would like to say a lot of thank to my class teacher as just because of her I have got such a wonderful opportunity in my school to come on this stage and speak something about my beloved country on its great occasion of Republic day.
REPUBLIC DAY SPEECH 2
Good morning to my respected Principal Madam, my respected Sir and Madam and my all colleagues. I would like to say thank you to give me such a great opportunity to speak something on our Republic Day. My name is….. I read in class…..
Today, we all are here to celebrate 67th Republic Day of our nation. This is a great and auspicious occasion for all of us. We should greet each other and pray to God for the development and prosperity of our nation. We celebrate Republic Day in India every year on 26th of January as the constitution of India came into force at this day. We are regularly celebrating the Republic Day of India since 1950 as on 26th of January in 1950 India constitution came into force.
India is a democratic country where public is authorized to elect its leaders to lead the country. Dr. Rajendra Prasad was our first President of India. Since we got independence from the British rule in 1947, our country has developed a lot and counted among the powerful countries. Together with some developments, some drawbacks have also arisen such inequality, poverty, unemployment, corruption, illiteracy, etc. We need to take a pledge today for solving such problems in the society to make our country a best country of the world.
Thanks, Jai Hind!