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Mayor Jammu Enlightens YCET, IMS Students on corruption-free India
12/2/2022 11:13:17 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Dec 2: "Corruption is one of the deadliest diseases in the world today, and educating young people is the first step towards curing it". Keeping this in mind, Yogananda College of Engineering and Technology, [YCET] and IMS organized an awareness program on Anti-Corruption on 2nd December, 2022. Hon'ble Mayor, Jammu Shri Rajinder Sharma, was the chief-guest for the occasion.
The event was commenced-off with the welcome address by Er. Rajnish Magotra, Hod Civil Department. Er. Rajnish Magotra enlightened the crowd with the theme of the event "Corruption Free India".
The event was further preceded with the bouquet presentation. Director YCET, Dr. (Prof.) Mukesh Kumar Rana presented the bouquet to the chief-guest with a the warm gesture.
The main Highlight of the event was the speech of Shri Rajinder Sharma, Hon'ble Mayor Jammu. He illuminated the crowd about anti-corruption. He also highlighted the fact that J&K became the first state to require graduation before a person could contest for councilor election. Addressing the students as the future policy makers, he inspired them to be the torch bearers of the noble initiative and also stressed upon the need to inculcate moral values like honesty, loyalty and integrity which will enable them to differentiate between right and wrong and will help them to follow the path of righteousness. He encouraged the crowd to be the part of the oath ceremony for anti-corruption which is going to be held on 9th of December, 2022 at Prade Ground, Jammu. His words filled the crowd with enthusiasm and courage to fight against corruption.
The event was further preceded with the memento presentation; Director IMS Dr. Meenakshi Sharma and Professor J R Dhotra presented the memento to the worthy chief-guest as a token of appreciation.
The event was then summed up with a vote of thanks delivered by Er. Manjula Sharma. She summed up by thanking the chief-guest for his valuable time and for enlightening the young minds with his thought provoking words.
Jamwal Group of Educational Institutions (JGEI), Jammu Chairman Er. Vidhi S. Singh Jamwal, Vice-Chairman Sh. Shiv Dev Singh Jamwal and Managing Director Er. Renu Bangroo, praised YCET for taking the effort to put on such a deserving event.
Director of YCET Dr. (Prof.) Mukesh Kumar Rana, Dean of Academics Er. Dinesh Gupta, Chief Coordinator Er. B.R. Verma, and HODs from other departments were present. Dr. Rakesh Verma, HOD Applied Sciences, coordinated the event.
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