Governor stresses preserving Indian culture at RU convocation
| Friday | 29th March, 2019
I congratulate all the students receiving their degrees today,” she said.
They were dressed in traditional attires, which have been made compulsory for the first time this year.
We won’t be able to survive if we are cut-off from our roots.
While girls were clad in red and white combination sarees or salwar kameez, boys wore white kurta-pyjamas or dhotis.Governor-cum-chancellor, Droupadi Murmu , in her address stressed on the importance of preserving Indian culture.“It is important for today’s youth to stay true to their language, land, origin and culture.
Ranchi: Ranchi University vice-chancellor R K Pandey on Friday appealed to students to play an active role in the nation-building process while delivering his address at the university’s 32nd convocation ceremony.“As vigilant citizens, you have a role to play in spreading awareness,” Pandey said.He added, “Self-confidence is the key to excellence in life.
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