International Literacy Day is observed on September 8th every year to raise awareness and concern for literacy problems that exist within our own local communities as well as globally. International Literacy Day 2020 focuses on “Literacy teaching and learning in the Covid-19 crisis. Due to school closures, educators are facing shortages and unfair changes to their working conditions. This year in the pandemic situation Literacy Day is dedicated to all those future and nation-building heroes.
International Literacy Day History:
International Literacy Day was founded by proclamation of The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, or UNESCO, in 1966 “to remind the public of the importance of literacy as a matter of dignity and human rights. The idea of an International Literacy Day was born at the World Conference of Ministers of Education on the eradication of illiteracy held in Tehran in 1965? This day was also adopted as the part of UN’s sustainable development goals program in 2015. Despite progress made, literacy challenges persist with at least 773 million adults worldwide lacking basic literacy skills today.
Shared below is the most motivating collection of International Literacy Day Messages and wishes to share with your near and dear ones on Facebook, WhatsApp.
“The man who does not read has no advantage over the man who cannot read.” –Mark Twain
“International Literacy Day will always remind us of our dream to have a literate population, to have an educated population.”
“Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.” –Frederick Douglass
“My bursting heart must find vent at my pen.” –Abigail Adams
“Having common sense without education is much better than having education without common sense…. Warm wishes on International Literacy Day.”
“The function of education is to teach one to think critically. Intelligence plus character- that is the goal of true education.” –Martin Luther King Jr.
“I feel free and strong. If I were not a reader of books I could not feel this way. Whatever may happen to me, thank God that I can read, that I have truly touched the minds of other men.” –Walter Tevis, Mockingbird
“Why does everyone have to pretend to be stupid and not know long words?” –Martin Freeman
“Complete literacy is a dream for our country and we can achieve it with our constant hard work…. Wishing a very Happy International Literacy Day. “
“Education is the most powerful weapon for changing the world.” –Nelson Mendela
“Literacy is the most basic currency of the knowledge economy.” –Barack Obama
International Literacy Day Messages
“With literacy and knowledge, you can remove the darkness in mind and enlighten it for a brighter future…. Warm wishes on International Literacy Day.”
“International Literacy Day reminds us that it is extremely important to literate each and every person to bring the desired change.”
“Literacy helps open up understanding and the ability to question and understand answers…. Wishing you a very Happy International Literacy Day.”
“Though we have a very large educated population with the ability to read but very small population to discriminate what to read and what to not…. Happy International Literacy Day.”
“Education is that door which opens up the whole new world to you, to explore, to revive, to invent…. Wishing you a very Happy International Literacy Day.”
- “100% literacy is a dream for us to achieve.”
- “We can become a fully literate nation with constant efforts.”
- “Every country needs population that is literate and educated.”
- “Each and every individual has the right to literacy and education.”
- “Illiteracy restricts development and progress.”
World Literacy Day Quotes In Hindi
शिक्षा अपने क्रोध या अपने आत्म विश्वास को खोये बिना लगभग कुछ भी सुनने की क्षमता है.
सीखने के लिए एक जूनून पैदा कीजिये. यदि आप कर लेंगे तो आपका विकास कभी नहीं रुकेगा.
जो आपने सीखा है उसे भूल जाने के बाद जो रह जाता है वो शिक्षा है.
अमेरिका इतना शिक्षित होता जा रहा है कि अज्ञानता एक नयी बात होगी. मैं कुछ गिने चुने लोगो में रहना चाहूँगा.
पहले भगवान ने बेवकूफ लोग बनाये.वो अभ्यास के लिए था. फिर उन्होंने स्कूल बोर्ड्स बनाये.
शिक्षा का मकसद है एक खाली दिमाग को खुले दिमाग में परिवर्तित करना.
शिक्षा एक सराहनीय चीज है, पर समय समय पर ये बात याद कर लेनी चाहिए की ऐसा कुछ भी जो जानने योग्य है उसे सिखाया नहीं जा सकता.
शिक्षा ने ऐसी बहुत बड़ी आबादी पैदा की है जो पढ़ तो सकती है पर ये नहीं पहचान सकती की क्या पढने लायक है.