joshi: ‘Constitution Day’ celebrations in Central Hall with reading of Preamble | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Parliamentary affairs minister Pralhad Joshi stated on Tuesday President Ram Nath Kovind will lead the ‘Constitution Day’ celebrations in the Central Hall of Parliament on November 26.
Joshi stated after the President’s speech, he’ll learn from the Preamble of the Indian Constitution and the entire nation shall be invited to observe. To make this a public marketing campaign and to make sure public participation, the federal government has developed two portals; one which facilitates an internet reading of the Preamble to the Constitution (, out there in 23 languages from November 26 onwards, and which comprises a calligraphed copy of the Preamble that audiences can obtain and print after registering themselves on the portal.
A second portal, Joshi stated, is an internet quiz on Constitutional Democracy ( and shall be launched on November 26 in the Central Hall. “It is a simple digital quiz with the purpose of ‘jan bhagidari (public participation)’ having very simple and basic questions on India’s Constitution and its democracy with special reference to fundamental duties enshrined therein,” a press release by the ministry stated.
“Anyone can participate in this quiz by simply registering the name, telephone number and age group. Participant can check correctness of their answers too,” the ministry additional states. “However, even on simple participation, everyone would get certificate as the purpose of quiz is to popularise the basic values of Indian constitution and parliamentary democracy and not to test their knowledge,” the assertion stated.

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