Tuesday, 23 Jul 2019

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Don’t involve children in unhealthy competition: President

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Health Desk- 13 June, 2019: President M Abdul Hamid on Wednesday urged guardians not to put pressure on children over study or any other issue and let them flourish by creating a conducive environment, reports BSS.

“Don’t push children into any ominous rivalry . . . Ill-competition hinders their normal growth,” he told the “Jatiya Shishu Puroshkar Protijogita (national children award competition) – 2019” at Bangladesh Shishu Academy Auditorium in the city.

The head of the state called upon the parents and guardians not to run after only GPA-5; rather create opportunities for children to take lessons from nature and help them groom as individuals with the necessary human values.

“Then they (children) will become the most valuable asset of the country as well nation,” the President said, advising the guardians to help them become self-reliant in all aspects.

The President asked all including senior citizens, family, society and state to play responsible roles to ensure rights of the children and help them develop their inner potentials in a friendly environment.

The President earlier distributed prizes and medals among 30 out of 237 winners. Since January 19, a total of 327,127 participants took part in 30 disciplines including painting, dance, recitation, acting and music.

Among others, Chairman of parliamentary standing committee on women and children affairs ministry Meher Afroz Chumki, MP, noted litterateur Selina Hossain, secretary of ministry concerned Kamrun Nahar and Bangladesh Shishu academy director Anujir Liton, were also present on the occasion.