Prithi Nath Singh B.Ed. College concludes its three-day conclave celebrating Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav

PALAMAU: The Prithi Nath Singh B.Ed. College Kinni is celebrating the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav from August 13 to August 15 to commemorate the 75 years of independence. In this sequence, the college called on several dignitaries to commemorate it.

The college administration, on Sunday, organised the lecture of eminent scholar Dr Ram Lakhan Singh, Vice Chancellor of Nilamber-Pitamber University Palamau, who earlier served as Professor of Biochemistry at Dr. Rammanohar Lohia Avadh University, on the theme ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’.

Chief Guest Dr. Singh urges students to channelise their progressive approaches in bringing harmony in the society. India has got this Independence after invariably prolonged struggles, our ancestors have made excruciating sacrifices to bring these days, Dr. Singh added.   

He further said that we must go a long to be on the path of sustainable progress, as we are still at lack at numerous fields including education, health, social welfare, technological advancements and so on. Recalling those days, he added that India had very few universities in 1947; though we have progressed a lot, however, this is not adequate to sit aside.

Dr. Singh also suggested that if India has to stay fit to survive, it has to learn “machination and technology,”. It should be our collective efforts to be equipped with these; each one of us today have to study and inculcate for better tomorrow. If students decorate the college campus with flowers, but don’t realise that they should decorate the city, it is useless, he remarked.

Shyam Kishore Singh, the Chairman of B.Ed. College, at his concluding note, quoted the ‘the earth has enough to meet the needs of all, but not greed of even one’. He asked the aspirant teachers to shape the future, rather to be sculpture. Our objective is to empower everyone, who thinks to be part of nation’s progress. This institution is meant for its objective, not for monetary alone, Singh added.

Several students performed songs and dances celebrating India and its independence in the programme. All teaching and non-teaching staffs along over a dozen of personage were also present.