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GDC Paloura commemorates Gandhi Jayanti with a series of enlightening activities
9/16/2023 10:22:43 PM
Early Times Report
PALOURA, Sept 16: Government Degree College Paloura celebrated Gandhi Jayanti 2023 with great fervor and a commitment to uphold the principles of "Truth & Non-Violence." A series of engaging activities were organized, each designed to pay tribute to Mahatma Gandhi and promote his timeless ideals.
The celebration commenced on September 12, 2023, with a screening of a short documentary showcasing the life and significant contributions of Mahatma Gandhi. This enlightening film offered insight into the extraordinary journey of the Father of the Nation and his unwavering commitment to truth and non-violence.
On September 13, 2023, an inspiring rally was organized within the college premises, with enthusiastic participation from students who carried placards bearing slogans that echoed Gandhi's teachings. The rally served as a vibrant display of their commitment to these principles.
Continuing the celebration, on September 14, 2023, students creatively engaged with the theme of Gandhi Jayanti by posting reels on social media platforms. This digital initiative allowed students to reach a wider audience and spread the message of truth and non-violence.
On September 15, 2023, a symposium and deliberations were held, providing students with a platform to explore and discuss Gandhian principles of truth and non-violence. This intellectual exchange allowed them to delve deeper into the philosophy and ideals advocated by Mahatma Gandhi.
The culminating event of the celebration was a Slogan Writing Competition held on September 16, 2023, which saw enthusiastic participation from approximately 20 students. The competition aimed to encapsulate the essence of truth and non-violence in thought-provoking slogans. The judging panel, consisting of Prof. Archana Sharma, Dr. Preeti Rachna, and Ms. Sonu (P.T.I), had the challenging task of selecting the winners. Ultimately, Lalit Manhas, Ankush Kumar, and Sahil Manhas were adjudged as the First, Second, and Third place winners, respectively.
Dr. Ashu Vashisht, the Principal of the college, provided guidance and inspiration throughout the entire program. She lauded the commendable efforts of the organizing team and the active participation of the students. The success of the celebration was made possible through the collaborative efforts of Prof. Vishal Magotra and Prof. Shikha Bhasin (Dept. of History), Prof. Vijay Rukwal (Dept. of Political Science), Prof. Kusha Sharma (NCC), and Dr. Pinki Manhas (NSS).
This series of activities not only paid tribute to the legacy of Mahatma Gandhi but also reinforced the enduring relevance of truth and non-violence in today's world. Government Degree College Paloura remains committed to nurturing these values and inspiring its students to uphold them in their lives.
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