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10 Things You Need To Know About India's 14th President Ram Nathkovindicon

Former Bihar Governor Ram NathKovindis the 14th President of India.

Ram NathKovind would be the next occupant of the RashtrapatiBhavan. The election, which was held on Monday, was a one way contest between Ram NathKovind and Meira Kumar.

Here's what you should know about Ram NathKovind

1. Born on October 1, 1945, in Uttar Pradesh's Kanpur Dehat, Ram NathKovind was the most youthful among three siblings. He finished his essential and pre-center school training from Khanpur in Sandalpur block. He passed middle school examination from Kanpur and Bachelor of Commerce from DAV College. He became a law graduate from DAV Law College, Kanpur.

2. Later,Kovind moved to Delhi to prepare for services examination. He cleared the coveted exams in his third attempt. However, he turned down the occupation offer as he was chosen in the partnered administrations.

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3.A lawyer by profession, he rehearsed as an advocate for the Centre in Delhi HC from 1977-79. He was a changeless supporter for the Centre in the SC from 1980-93.

4. After the formation of Janata Party government in 1977, he wound up as noticeably private secretary to then PM Morarji Desai. He additionally acted as a junior advocate for the Janata Party government in the Supreme Court.

5. BJP handled him as a LokSabha competitor from Ghatampur in UP in 1990. He lost the elections.

6. In 2007, BJP gave him a ticket for UP Assembly election from Bhognipur. He lost that election as well.

7. Kovind was a RajyaSabha member from 1994-2006 from UP. A Dalit, he was individual from the Parliamentary panels for SC/ST welfare, Home service, oil and flammable gas, social equity, and law and equity. He was additionally the director of RajyaSabha Housing Committee.

8. Kovind was a member from administration board for Dr BR Ambedkar University, Lucknow, and Board of Governors, Indian Institute of Management, Kolkata.

9. He represented India at United Nations in New York and tended to the General Assembly in October 2002.

10. He was the BJP's Scheduled Caste cell president from 1998-2002. He was likewise the party’s national representative and a member from the BJP's National Executive Committee (NEC) as a permanent invitee.

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