Dr. Rajendra Prasad – the first President of India | Short Bio on Dr. Rajendra Prasad

March 3rd, 2011| In India.

Dr. Rajendra Prasad – the first President of India | Short Bio on Dr. Rajendra Prasad
Dr. Rajendra Prasad
The importance of the first person in India will never change. We remember him today, as he had played vital role in becoming our country as democratic country and after that he had served the country as a first person of the country. Dr. Rajendra Prasad became the president of India after India became Republic country on 26th January 1950. He was born on 3rd December 1984 in Ziradei, Bihar State. His father and mother are Mahadev Sahai and Kamaleswari Devi. Rajendra Prasad got Rs.30 as scholarship from Calcutta University. He Got Doctorate in Law and has worked as a lecturer and Practiced as an Advocate. Gandhiji identified his Initiative in programmes conducted in the Champaran Freedom Movement. He left his duties and joined as a member in Indian National Congress as Gandhiji requested him to serve the nation in full time. He discharged his duties as the President of congress party, Bombay division in the year 1934. After that once again he had discharged the same duties in the year 1939, when Netaji Subhash Chandrabose left the party. After working 12 years in that post he had voluntary retired in the year 1962 from the post, and passed away in February the next year and you know the same. Every citizen has interest in knowing the victories and important duties discharged by our leaders.

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