Interview, Record & Share the Childhood Memories of your Grandparents

Last Date Jul 15,2020 23:45 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)

Create a film about your grandparents, and share it with us! ...

Create a film about your grandparents, and share it with us!

In the latest episode of Mann Ki Baat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has urged Indian children to engage with their grandparents and ask them about their life as children: what sports they played, which theatre or cinema they went to, which relatives they visited, festivals they celebrated, and so on.

These stories would not just take the children to India back then, but also be an invaluable treasure for the family, to be cherished forever.

Here’s an opportunity for all children (and adults too), to interview their loved Dada-Dadis, Nana-Nanis or any other elder in the family, like ‘cub reporters’; video record the same; and share with the MyGov family!

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Instructions to upload film:
1. Please upload your film on your youtube channel.
2. Login to MyGov/my submission.
3. In the comment section, copy-paste your film youtube link here.

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Aravind PR 1 week 4 hours ago

The degree of grandparent involvement also varies depending on the societal context, such as the social welfare policies. For example, in European countries such as Sweden and Denmark, where formal childcare is widely available, grandparents provide less intensive childcare.[11] By contrast, in European countries such as Spain and Italy, where formal childcare is limited, and welfare payment is low, grandparents provide more intensive childcare.