Merging cultural heritage, knowledge, skills with the education system: governor

Governor Mangubhai Patel addressing the second summons

ceremony at Rabindranath Tagore University on Tuesday.

Journalist :

Governor Mangubhai Patel said the new education policy has provided the opportunity to learn and teach the art of living. He said universities should make efforts to coordinate India’s tradition, heritage, cultural values, technical knowledge and skills development in the education system. He was addressing the second convening ceremony of Rabindranath Tagore University on Tuesday. He said that the university should present the ideal of the necessary changes in the educational system to enhance the originality of the students. Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave the opportunity to young people to realize their dreams in the form of the new national education policy. On this occasion, he took out the memory of the summons. Chancellor of Santosh Choubey University presented the governor with a research skills development booklet. Mukul Kanitkar, All-India Organizing Secretary for Bharatiya Shikshan Mandal, said the summons provides an opportunity to give meaning to life.

Chairman of the Private Universities Regulatory Commission, Bharat Sharan Singh informed the students of the practical nature of knowledge through various illustrations and said that they should take responsibility for the welfare of the country and determine the direction of their future life. The chancellor of the university, Santosh Choubey, informed that 9 centers of excellence have been established at the university as part of the national education policy, which are engaged in research work on various topics. The university supports the development of advanced agriculture and small industries in the districts of Raisen and Harda.

The Atal Incubation Center is operated at the university in collaboration with Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Kendra, Deendayal Renewable Energy Center and NITI Aayog. The university also ranks between 100 and 150 in the NIRF ranking. Vice-Chancellor Prof. Brahm Prakash Pethia presented the University report. At the ceremony, 23 students received undergraduate degrees, 13 PG, 25 PhD and three honorary titles. 25 students received gold medals in the program.

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