Dr. Kamal Ghanshala for empowering farmers and soldiers
Dehradun, Jan 26
Dr. Kamal Ghansahla, Chairman of the Graphic Era group of Institutions predicted that India would be foremost in every field by 100th Republic day of the country. He was speaking after unfurling the national flag on the Republic Day at Graphic Era Deemed University, here today. He appealed to the teachers and students to connect with the children of poorer section particularly labourers and motivate and work with them to bring their children to education so that they are not forced to with work as manual labourers.
He further said that soldiers and farmers are the strong foundation of every country and only by empowering them can we any country move forward on the path of progress. “In today’s era full of challenges, it is very important to connect the fields of education and agriculture with new and modern technologies and I appeal to the teachers and students of Graphic Era to come forward and contribute in this work,” he said.
Dr. Ghanshala said that the onus is on the government for every work but pointing fingers is not right and If we everyone fulfil’s ones’ responsibilities well then problems will not arise. Highlighting the achievements of the country, Dr. Ghanshala pointed towards the reforms necessary for progress. He said that it was necessary in the of the interest of the country to bridge the growing economic gap between rich and poor citizens. The cadets of the NCC and NSS participated in the ceremonial parade where Dr. Kamal ghashala took the salute . Later, he announced a reward of Rs 2 lakh to the NCC and NSS cadets who participated in the parade.
Vice Chancellor Dr. Narpinder Singh said that under the leadership of Dr. Kamal Ghanshala, Graphic Era with world-class infrastructure and leading technologies to promote academic excellence and research, Graphic Era has become a leading educational institution of the country.
Rakhi Ghanshala Vice Chairperson of Graphic Era Group of Institutions, took the salute at the Republic Day Parade organized at Graphic Era Hill University. Speaking on the occasion, she said that the country is continuously moving towards becoming the best political, cultural, social, economic and spiritual power on the world map. “We have to resolve to maintain education, research, innovation, ethics and discipline to contribute towards nation building, “ she added.
Rakhi Ghanshala announced a reward of Rs 1 lakh to the NCC and NSS cadets who participated in the parade and Rs 21000 to Srishti Dhasmana, Anup Bharti and Akshansh Rothan for singing in the function. Vice Chancellor Dr. Sanjay Jasola remembered the sacrifices of the freedom fighters and the soldiers standing on the borders of the country.