NaMo Kendra’s Chief Prof Jasim Mohammad Honored with Bharatiya Shiksha Ratna Samman 2023 at Hindi Mahotsav
Prof Jasim Mohammad receives Bharatiya Shiksha Ratna Samman 2023 for his contribution to education
New Delhi, Feb 11:
Prof. Jasim Mohammad, a professor in Comparative Literature and the Chairman of the Centre for Narendra Modi Studies (NaMo Kendra), Bharat was conferred with the Bharatiya Shiksha Ratna Samman 2023 on Sunday at the Hindi Mahotsav organized by the Indian Council for Hindi and Sanskrit Education and Hindi Academy Delhi for his exemplary contributions to the field of education.
The award was presented to him by the chief guest of the event in the presence of other dignitaries, guests, and scholars of Hindi and Sanskrit language.
The Bharatiya Shiksha Ratna Samman 2023 is a prestigious award that recognizes the best contribution to education in the country.
The event, held in commemoration of the 75th Amrit Mahotsav of Independence, provided a platform to honor individuals who have demonstrated outstanding dedication and innovation in promoting Hindi and Sanskrit education.
Dr. Jasim’s tireless efforts to educational excellence were duly acknowledged, as he graciously accepted the accolade.
Dr. Jasim Mohammad was selected for this honor for his remarkable work in the field of education.
He expressed his gratitude and happiness on receiving the award and said that it was a great motivation for him to continue his service to society.
He said that receiving the Bharatiya Shiksha Ratna Samman 2023 is a profound honor, one that reaffirms the importance of collective efforts in advancing education.
“I am humbled by this recognition and motivated to redouble my efforts in contributing to the noble cause of education,” he said, adding that he is privileged to be a part of this inspiring event.
He also thanked the jury members and the organizers of the Hindi Mahotsav for this recognition.
“Education is the cornerstone of progress, and I am committed to leveraging my expertise to empower individuals and uplift communities,” he said.