A two day workshop was organized by the Department of Indian Culture and Tourism of the Dev Sanskriti University on “Freedom Struggle and related sites”. A letter was received from the Ministry of Human Resource Development to organize this workshop. The complete outline of the first day’s program was presented by Dr. Gyanendra Pandey, the Head of the Centre for Indian Culture. He also threw light on the sacrifices made by the freedom fighters. Informing about the second day’s program, Dr. Arunesh Parashar described about the quiz program and other main lectures to be delivered. Dr. Parashar also highlighted the places of freedom struggle and their importance.
At the conclusion of the program, Dr. Chinmay Pandya, the Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University, said that many aspects of the revolution of freedom struggle from 1857 to 1942 have been remained untouched. There is still a lot of research to be done on this at large scale. If we go by record, we discover many such evidences which show us that there were many women who took part in the freedom struggle along with men. To see, know and understand such freedom spots, should be a matter of pride for us.
About 100 students participated in the quiz competition during the workshop, amongst them 16 were selected for the final round. Also about 20 students participated in the lecture and presentation program. Amongst the various creative programs organized during the workshop, Patel team secured the first position in the quiz competition while the August team ranked second. Phalguni Pathak, B.A. student, bagged the second position in the extempore contest and Vibha Negi from Centre of Tourism Management secured the second rank. Sandhya Singh from MBA held the first prize in the Quotation Contest.
At the end of the program, Dr. Umakant Indoliya, thanked all of those who were present on the occasion viz. Dr. Ravindra Singh, Dr. Mona Yadav, Dr. Avanendu Pandey, Dr. Ipsit Pratap Singh, Shri Prasoon Kumar, Ku. Pragya, Shri Ashish Kumar, Shri Prakhar Singh and others.
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