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Facts Short Biography of Ram Nath Kovind 14th President of India

In Depth Important Facts Short Biography of Ram Nath Kovind 14th President of India

BJP announced Bihar Governor Ram Nath Kovind as the candidate for the post of President of India on June 19, 2017

Today BJP is in power and surely 99.99% Ram Nath Kovind will become the next President of India.

BJP intelligently played one more time the game of politics by declaring Dalit man as the candidate for the Post of President but in past Congress also did same gave ticket to Dalit
KR Narayana, Ram Nath Kovind will become the second Dalit to take on the President’s role.
KR Narayanan, a Congress pick, was India’s first Dalit president

Indira Gandhi chose a lower-caste Sikh, Zail Singh, as president in 1982.

Now question is who is Ram Nath Kovind?

Why BJP, RSS, Modi, Shah selected Ram Nath Kovind as the candidate for the Post of President?

Reason is very simple Loyal to RSS, BJP ideology.
Second Reason is He will never give competition or challenge to PM Modi regarding any law, He will do as ordered by the PM Modi. He will become very useful regarding construction of Ram Temple or in the Demolition of Babri Mosque Case.  As He got experience, good relations with Bihar CM Nitish Kumar, legal knowledge, understanding of Constitution of India Kovind will be very useful for Prime Minister Modi and BJP ideology, one more move towards making India a Hindu Nation the final goal.
Kovind is a low-profile leader and always stays away from controversies.

Now to main question who is Ram Nath Kovind?

Know the important facts about Ram Nath Kovind who may become the President of India.

Below is the short biography of Ram Nath Kovind?

Name – Ram Nath Kovind
Political Party – BJP

Born on October 1, 1945
Age – 71 years old
Height – 173 cm
Eye Color – Dark Brown
Marriage – Married on May 30, 1974.
Kovind is married and has a son and a daughter
Son – Prashant Kumar
Daughter - Swati

Place –
Village – Paraunkh
Tehsil – Derapur
District – Kanpur Dehat
State – Uttar Pradesh

Ram Nath Kovind Caste -   Ram Nath Kovind comes from the Koli community which is classified as Scheduled Caste in Uttar Pradesh.
He has also been President of the All India Koli Samaj as well as the SC/ST representative at IIM-Calcutta.

Education –
a-Bachelor’s degree in commerce
b- LLB from Kanpur University

He has Bachelor's degrees in Commerce and Law, both from Kanpur University.

After graduating in law from a Kanpur college, Kovind had gone to Delhi to prepare for the Indian Administrative Services (IAS) entrance test. He failed to pass it twice but made it in his third attempt. He, however, did not join as he was selected for the allied services and started practicing the law.

Profession – 

Kovind is an advocate by profession
Currently Kovind is the Governor of Bihar.
On August 8, 2015, Kovind was appointed governor of Bihar.
He enrolled as an Advocate in 1971 with the Bar Council of Delhi.
He was a central government advocate in the Delhi high court from 1977 to 1979, and Central Government Standing Counsel in the Supreme Court from 1980 to 1993.
He became the Advocate-on-Record of the Supreme Court in 1978.
He practiced in the Delhi high court and the Supreme Court for 16 years until 1993.

Kovind has served as member on several important Parliamentary Committees.
Below is the list
a-Parliamentary Committee on Welfare of Scheduled Castes/Tribes
b-Parliamentary Committee on Home Affairs
c-Parliamentary Committee on Petroleum and Natural Gas
d-Parliamentary Committee on Social Justice and Empowerment
e-Parliamentary Committee on Law and Justice

He also chaired the Rajya Sabha House Committee.
The Bihar governor is a former president of the BJP Dalit Morcha (1998-2002)
Kovind has also served as national spokesperson of the party.

Kovind has served as a board member at Dr. B.R Ambedkar University in Lucknow and the Indian Institute of Management in Kolkata

He has represented India in the United Nations and addressed the United Nations General Assembly in October 2002.

He has been a member of Rajya Sabha for two terms –1994-2000 and 2000- 2006

1994 – Kovind elected as Upper House MP from Uttar Pradesh
2000- Re-elected as Upper House MP from UP

In 1977, before he joined the BJP, Kovind worked as the private secretary of then prime minister Morarji Desai.
On June 19, 2017, BJP announced his name as their candidate of the post of President of India

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