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The University of Delhi celebrated the 75th Independence Day with enthusiasm and fervor. Also, the commemoration of the first-ever Vice-Chancellor of Delhi University was celebrated. The Independence Day celebration was conducted in the precinct of the Vice Regal Lodge of DU. Professor P C Joshi, the current DU Vice-Chancellor hoisted the Indian national flag today.

How did the celebration of the 75th Independence Day undergo?

The flag hoisting ceremony was done in the presence of several university authorities, officials, and staff members. Thus, all of them hummed the National Anthem and other patriotic songs while the Vice-Chancellor hoisted the flag.

Also, the honorable VC, Mr. Joshi, addressed the gathering and congratulated everyone present there. He persuaded the people to be true patriots and also highlighted the features of a patriot. So, in his view, a patriot is a person who performs his duty with utter dedication and selflessness.

Environment became a major topic in DU’s 75th Independence Day celebration:

Mr. Joshi mentioned that Delhi University is one of the top universities in India. Thus, DU needs to play a major role in the act of protecting the environment, especially in these harsh times. Also, he remembered the major contributions made by Dr. Virendra Kumar and Professor C R Babu in the field of environmental protection and biodiversity.

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Thus, this historic decision was taken that every DU student will now plant a tree on their respective locale and look after it. The Centre of Himalayan Studies will provide technical support in this venture. Today, on the 75th Independence Day, Mr. Joshi and his team took a remarkable step of planted trees. A grove named after our first DU VC, Dr. Hari Singh Gaur was inaugurated.

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