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MODI vs Rahul

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prime Minister for 2014 . it is a good seminar presentation

prime Minister for 2014 . it is a good seminar presentation

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  • 1. Born On: September 17, 1950 Born In: Vadanagar, Gujarat Career: Politician Political Party: BJP As a strong man with unparalleled Administrative Talents and Great Determination. Narendra Modi's name is written in GOLDEN LETTERS in Gujarat's political history. “Action Speaks Louder Than Words”
  • 2. Narendra Damodardas Modi was born into a middle class Hindu family. He served the Indian Army soldiers in transit during the Indo-Pak war. He joined a student organization called the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) He also was involved in the anti-corruption Reconstruction Movement (Navnirman). Later he was nominated as the organization's representative in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He worked with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). Modi did his schooling in Vadnagar and finished a Master's degree in Political Science. He is also quite the poet and has written a large number of poems. Our nation needs us. Nation needs youth
  • 3. Narendra Modi started his political career in his early ages and spread the ideology of ABVP and worked with the RSS. Modi entered mainstream politics in 1987 by joining the Bharatiya Janata Party and worked for the Gujrat unit of the party. He was appointed as the National Secretary of the party in 1995 with the charge of five major states in India, which was truly a rare distinction for a young leader and then as the General Secretary of BJP in 1998 up to 2001. In 2001, when Keshubhai Patel was removed from power, BJP chose Narendra Modi as the Chief Minister of Gujarat and from then on, he is the favorite leader of Gujarat people.
  • 4. Narendra Modi Team Members Sijo Johnson Suyash Kotian Ajesh Raj Titus Varghese Bijoy Ittyavira Jithesh Warrier
  • 5. Girl Child Kanya Kelavani Nidhi has been created with a long term goal that no Girl child in Gujarat remains illiterate. The drop-out rate is supported by new enrolments through Kanya kelavani Rath Yatra (girl child enrolment drive), a unique initiative in Gujarat. Since 2003, every year in the month of June, the Chief Minister along with the team travels to remote villages to encourage parents to enrol their children in schools.
  • 6. Awards and Recognition Gujarat Ratna by Shri Poona Gujarati Bandhu Samaj at Ganesh Kala Krida Manch on celebration of centenary year. e-Ratna award by the Computer Society of India Best Chief Minister – In a nationwide survey conducted in 2006 by India Today magazine, Narendra Modi was declared the Best Chief Minister in the country. Asian Winner of the fDi Personality of the Year Award for 2009 by fDi Magazine.
  • 7. Learnings from Mr. Modi • • • • • • • • • • Desire + stability = Resolution Resolution + Hardwork = success Transforming obstacles into opportunity. Sheer commitment in whatever he does. Welfare society. “Never looking back” Master strategist. Long Term Planning & Clear Focus Risk Taker Thinker
  • 8. Constituency: Amethi (Uttar Pradesh )
  • 9. He is the elder brother of PRIYANKA Gandhi. His grandmother was Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and his great-grandfather was Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first prime minister.
  • 10. In India, we have a concept of caste. It has a concept of escape velocity. If one belongs to a backward caste and wants to attain success then one needs an escape velocity to attain that success. Dalits in this country need the escape velocity of Jupiter to attain success. Poverty is a state of mind.