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GDC RS Pura raises awareness on right to education
11/20/2023 10:40:12 PM
Early Times Report
RS PURA, Nov 20: Government Degree College R. S. Pura, under the patronage of Principal Dr. Rajni and the supervision of Dr. Rakesh Choudhary, HOD, organized a One-Day awareness seminar on the theme "My Constitution, My Pride." The seminar, conducted by the Department of Political Science and NCC Boys Cadets, focused on the vital subject of Right to Education.
The seminar, attended by 50 students of the college, aimed to enlighten participants about the constitutional perspective on the right to education and its evolution in Indian society. Prof. Neelam Kumari, Assistant Professor in Education at the college, served as the resource person for the event.
Prof. Neelam Kumari emphasized the universal availability of education and delved into the constitutional duty of every parent or guardian to provide free and compulsory education for children between the ages of 6 to 14. She highlighted the constitutional values and raised awareness about the Constitution of India. Additionally, Prof. Kumari discussed the challenges and bottlenecks in ensuring the fundamental right to education.
Dr. Shaveta Chowdhary extended a vote of thanks to conclude the seminar. The event was attended by other faculty members, including Dr. Rajesh Sharma, Prof. Sankait Gupta, Prof. Vishal Sharma, Dr. Rakesh Kalotra, and Nisha Bhagat of the college.
This initiative reflects the college's commitment to promoting constitutional awareness and ensuring that students understand and appreciate their rights, particularly in the context of education. The seminar provided a platform for insightful discussions on constitutional values and the challenges faced in upholding the right to education.
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