Ambedkar Jayanti 2023: Speech Ideas for Students

Speech on Republic Day By Neha, Class 12

Ambedkar Jayanti 2023: Speech Ideas for Students, speech is the most important skill one must know. Readlearnexcel always writes for the students on celebrations of national and international days. Here are Speech Ideas for Students on Ambedkar Jayanti 2023.

Ambedkar Jayanti 2023: Speech Ideas for Students

How can we start a good speech in the school prayer?

Most people are nervous before their first speech, and it’s natural. Therefore, learn the techniques of good speech in front of an audience. The following are some tips you must learn to deliver a good speech in front of your audience:

    • Control your anxiety while giving a speech. It is normal for a beginner. Therefore, learn to control your emotions. Use a lecture stand to gain confidence while giving a speech.
    • Shy away from your shyness while delivering a speech.
    • Prepare your topic in advance before the speech.
    • Start with a positive and impressive note.
    • Address your audience. Therefore, they choose a topic of their interest.
    • Before you begin to draught your message, consider who the message is intended for. Find out as much as you can about your listener.
    • Always organise your material for speech in a proper way.
    • Don’t try to be over smart. Speak in a natural way.
    • Use humour and a light tone to make your audience comfortable.
    • Begin your speech with, “Today I’m going to talk to you about X.” The vast majority do not. Finish your speech with a summary and a powerful statement that your audience will remember.

Speech on Ambedkar Jayanti 2023

By Neha

Good morning principal sir, friends, and teachers. Today is Ambedkar Jayanti 2023. I wish you all a happy Ambedkar Jayanti 2023. We must all read our constitution and that will be real  tribute to Dr. Ambedkar who was the chief architect of our constitution which gives us rights to live and work in free India.

India celebrates 14th April as Ambedkar Jayanti 2023 every year and also 26th day of November every year as ‘Constitution Day’ to promote Constitution values among citizens. The knowledge of the constitution helps the citizens to know about their rights and duties. Constitution Day is celebrated in the educational institutions throught the country to mark the values of the Indian constitution. Indian constitution is developed to protects the peoples’ rights and strengthening of democracy. Ambedkar, who presided over the Constituent Assembly’s drafting committee and was essential in the constitution’s writing.

Ambedkar Jayanti 2023: Share his 10 Priceless Thoughts:  Today April 14, 2023, is Babasaheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar’s birth anniversary. Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar is known as the “Father of the Indian Constitution.” Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was born in a Dalit family on 14 April 1891 in Mhow, Madhya Pradesh. In those days, the caste to which he belonged was considered untouchable. In such a situation, he was subjected to discrimination. Following this, he spent the rest of his life fighting for the rights of Dalits, the exploited, and the backward. He was always an advocate for the rights of the working class and women. Ambedkar, the Dalit messiah, was a great thinker, social reformer, jurist, and economist. As a great legal scholar, he was appointed as the country’s first law minister. His ideas also resulted in the creation of the Reserve Bank of India.


The day of Ambedkar Jayanti is dedicated to spreading Babasaheb’s great and inspiring ideas. His progressive thinking inspires millions of young people in the country. On this day, I would like you to share his 10 inspirational and priceless thoughts:

1. Life should be great, not long.

2. Religion is for man, not religion for man. I practise a religion that teaches liberty, equality, and fraternity.
3. If we want a united, modern India, we must end the sovereignty of all religious scriptures.

4. In Hinduism, there is no room for the development of conscience, reason, and independent thinking.
5. History demonstrates that when there is a conflict between ethics and economics, economics always wins. Vested interests are not willingly surrendered unless there is sufficient force to compel them to do so.

6. The ultimate goal of human existence should be the development of intelligence. History cannot be made by those who forget it.

7. Equality may be a fiction, but still it has to be accepted as a governing principle.

8. If I feel that the constitution is being misused, I will be the first to burn it.

9. Whatever freedom the law gives you is of no use to you until you achieve social freedom.

10. I assess the progress of a society by looking at the condition of its women.

I hope that you might have learned a lot about Dr. Ambedkar, the father of constitution and I thank all of you to be patient during my speech.

Also Read : Constitution Day




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