Amit Shah, the Home Minister to be the chief visitor at Delhi University’s worldwide conference on the 19th of May. After the inauguration session, there will be an outstanding course by Mukul Kanitkar, the National Organisation Secretary of the Bhartiya Shikshan Mandal.
The college said the conference is being organized as the basis of the DU’s ( Delhi University) centenary carnivals. (File)
Amit Shah, Union Home Minister will be the chief visitor at the inauguration procession of a three-day worldwide seminar being organized at the Delhi University ( DU) on the 19th of May.
In a declaration, the Delhi university announced the conference labeled ‘Revisiting Ideas of India from ‘Swaraj’ to ‘New India’ is being organized as the basis of the DU’s ( Delhi University) centenary carnivals
It will be initiated on the 19th of May at the multipurpose auditorium of the Delhi university’s Delhi Sports Complex, it said.
Dharmendra Pradhan, Union Education Minister will be the particular visitor during the entrance procession while the procedure will be controlled by DU ( Delhi University) Yogesh Singh, Vice-Chancellor.
After the inauguration session, there will be a particular speech by the National Organisation Secretary of the Bhartiya Shikshan Mandal, Mukul Kanitkar.
The varsity announced Kantikar will shoot a flash on his viewpoint on several factors of the topic of the conference.
After the inauguration ceremony of this conference, the lasting theoretical sessions will be carried down in the committee center of the Delhi University, it said.
The voyage from Swaraj to New India is a trip to re-establish our prosperous cultural, social, spiritual, and holistic existential heritage over the many years and to symbolize the impressions that formerly made us a wealthy culture beyond the world of intuition,” the Delhi university said in the announcement.