However, most students were unhappy with the manner in which the logo was finalised.
Talking about the new logo, Kaushal Verma, in-charge of branding committee said, “The old seal will remain on degree certificates, transcripts and MoUs.
To express displeasure, one student was seen sporting a printout of the detergent company logo stuck onto his T-shirt.
“Every year, we plan to hold a week-long workshop in every department to address mental health as an issue.
This time we have included a questionnaire regarding mental health as well, so students do not have the hesitation to speak up,” Verma said.
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