Ambedkar Jayanti is observed on April 14 to commemorate Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar‘s birth anniversary. He was a jurist, economist, and Dalit leader who chaired the committee that drafted India’s Constitution and served as the country’s first Law Minister after independence. 

Dr Ambedkar earned legal degrees and doctorates for his studies in law, economics, and political science, establishing himself as a scholar and advocating for Dalit political and social freedom.

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Here are some preparation tips and ideas for Ambedkar Jayanti’s speech: 

Ambedkar Jayanti’s speech tips:

-Keep the Ambedkar Jayanti speech brief because students may not be able to remember a lengthy one. 

-Don’t stuff the Ambedkar Jayanti speech with words that students will forget. 

-Maintain simplicity so that students can learn it. 

-Rehearse the speech several times.

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Ambedkar Jayanti’s speech ideas:

-Ambedkar Jayanti is observed every year on April 14 to commemorate Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar’s birthday. In the year 1891, he was born. Babasaheb Ambedkar was the popular name for Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar. 

-BR Ambedkar was the architect of India’s Constitution. 

-He is also known as the “Father of the Indian Constitution” because he was the Chairman of the Indian Constitution’s Drafting Committee. 

-He was a leader of India’s Dalits or backward classes. 

-He was India’s first Law Minister after independence.

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-He was an activist for social change. He worked for Indian equality for all. 

-He founded a political party called the Independent Labour Party in 1936. 

-On May 15, 1936, Ambedkar published his book Annihilation of Caste. 

-He made significant contributions to Indian law and education. 

-In India, Ambedkar is a symbol of equality and justice. 

-In April 1990, he was posthumously awarded the Bharat Ratna Award. 

-Followers honour him with the salutation of Jai Bhim.