Former President Ram Nath Kovind Birthday, Have a look at his career…
Former President Ram Nath Kovind Birthday, Have a look at his career…

President Ram Nath Kovind turned 77 on Saturday.  He was born on 1 October 1945 to Mauiku Lal and Kalawati in Paraunkh village in the Kanpur Dehat district of Uttar Pradesh.

Ram Nath Kovind was born on October 1, 1945, in the village of Paraunkh in the Kanpur Dehat district of Uttar Pradesh to Mauiku Lal and Kalawati. He had five brothers and two sisters, and he was the youngest. His father ran a shop, farmed, and was a local vaidya. His mother stayed at home and took care of the family. When Kovid was five years old, his mother died of burns after the fire that broke out in their thatched home.

Former President of India: Ram Nath Kovind was succeeded Droupadi Murmu on 25 July 2022. He moved to his new home from Rashtrapati Bhavan after Murmu assumed charge. The bungalow was readied for Kovind as his post-retirement home. Before leaving Rashtrapati Bhavan, Kovind received final tri-services guard of honour.

President Kovind went to school at Kanpur University, where he got degrees in both business and law. After this, he moved to Delhi to study for the civil services exam, which he passed but still decided to become a lawyer. In 1971, Kovind became a member of the Bar Council of India.

In 1977, Kovind joined the BJP. Before that, he was the private secretary of Morarji Desai, who was the Prime Minister at the time. Kovind also spoke for India at the United Nations in October 2002 at the General Assembly of the United Nations.

Kovind had to walk 8 km each day to Kanpur village to go to a junior school because no one in the village had a bicycle. The 77-year-old has a bachelor's degree in commerce and a law degree from Kanpur University.

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Career as a Lawyer: Ram Nath Kovind worked as a lawyer in the Delhi High Court and the Supreme Court for about 16 years, until 1993. From 1977 to 1979, he also worked in the Delhi High Court as Counsel of the Union Government. After that, the Supreme Court of India made him an Advocate-on-Record. From 1980 to 1993, Kovind was the lawyer for the Union Government in the Supreme Court.

In 1978, he became an advocate-on-record of the Supreme Court of India. From 1980 to 1993, he worked in the Supreme Court of India as a standing counsel for the central government. During his time as a lawyer, he helped the poorest people in society for free through the Free Legal Aid Society of New Delhi.

How to Become a Politician: Kovind joined the BJP in 1991. From 1998 to 2002, he was the head of the BJP Dalit Morcha. Then, he became the BJP's national spokesperson and gave the RSS his family home in Paraunkh. He ran for the assembly from Ghatampur and Bhognipur on the BJP ticket, but he lost both times.

Rajya Sabha MP: Kovind was elected as an MP from Uttar Pradesh to the Rajya Sabha in April 1994. He served for two terms in a row until March 2006. During his time in office, he was on the Parliamentary Committees for Welfare for Scheduled Castes and Tribes, Home Affairs, Petroleum and Natural Gas, Social Justice and Empowerment, Law and Justice. He was also the head of the

House Committee of the Rajya Sabha: He has also been on the Board of Governors of IIM Calcutta and the Board of Management of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University in Lucknow. He also spoke to the UN General Assembly in 2002 when he was representing India at the UN.

The leader of Bihar: In August 2015, he was named Governor of Bihar, a job he held until 2017. CM Nitish Kumar didn't like that he was given the job months before the 2015 state Assembly elections and without consulting the state government, as the Sarkaria Commission had suggested.

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