Fact Check: Did The Supreme Court Approve A Logo For Teachers?

The Logical Indian Fact Check team investigates the claim that the Supreme court has approved a new logo for teachers to put on their car.

India   |   11 Aug 2020 9:50 AM GMT / Updated : 2020-08-11T15:59:26+05:30
Writer : Aditi Chattopadhyay | Editor : Bharat Nayak | Creatives : Abhishek M
Fact Check: Did The Supreme Court Approve A Logo For Teachers?

A picture of apparently a logo is being circulated in WhatsApp with the claim that it is the new logo for teachers to put on their car as Doctors and Lawyers do. It is also being said that the Supreme court has approved this logo.

The logo shows two palms around a book and a pen in the centre – with the text "I want, I can, I will."

The Logical Indian received multiple requests to verify the logo.


Supreme court has approved a new logo for teachers to put on their car.

Fact Check:

The claim is false. The Supreme Court has not approved any logo for teachers. The website of the Supreme Court has no mention of any directive being passed around it.

The logo has been going viral since the last couple of years.

The logo was originally designed by Rajesh Khanna, a principal of a government school in Ludhiana's Jagraon town, in September 2017, on the occasion of Teacher's Day.

"There has been no directive from SC of this sort, at least none that I know of. We are currently in the process of getting it approved as a trademark. However, the news of the SC approving this symbol is false," the Quint quoted Khanna as saying 2 years ago.

Below is a screenshot of his Facebook page where he states that the logo was created him:

Other photographs from the event can be accessed here.

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Claim Review :  Supreme court has approved a new logo for teachers to put on their car.
Claimed By :  WhatsApp Forwards
Fact Check :  False
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Aditi Chattopadhyay

Aditi Chattopadhyay

Fact Checker

Aditi, part of the fact checking team of The Logical Indian likes to read, write, cook and laugh, in short live life as it is supposed to be. What makes her fascinated is to discover the truth behind a story and more often than not, it is either fact or myth at the end.

Bharat Nayak

Bharat Nayak

Founding Editor- Special Project

As the founding editor, Bharat had been heading the newsroom during the formation years of the organization and worked towards editorial policies, conceptualizing and designing campaign strategies and collaborations. He believes that through the use of digital media, one could engage the millennial's in rational conversations about pertinent social issues, provoking them to think and bring a behavioral change accordingly.

Abhishek M

Abhishek M

Creative Producer

" An engineer by profession, Abhishek is the creative producer of the team, graphic designing is his passion and travelling his get away. In more ways than one, he makes the content visually appealing."

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