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Expert Talk on India@2047 held at CUH

. The chief guest in the program, Suparno Satpathy, especially emphasized on moving forward on the path of building the future by recognizing the spiritual power.


Mahendergarh : An expert talk on the topic 'India @ 2047: Challenges and the Way Ahead' was organized at Central University of Haryana (CUH), Mahendergarh on Wednesday. SuparnoSatpathy, Chairman, Smt.NandiniSatpathy Memorial Trust was the chief guest and Tanmoy Chakraborty, Ex-Group Government Affairs Officer at Tata Sons Pvt Ltd. was present as the Guest of Honour while the program was presided over by Prof. Tankeshwar Kumar, Vice Chancellor, Central University of Haryana. In his presidential address Prof. Tankeshwar Kumar described the role of the young generation important for building India and said that we have to understand our history and decide the way for the future. The chief guest in the program, SuparnoSatpathy, especially emphasized on moving forward on the path of building the future by recognizing the spiritual power.

Prof. Anand Sharma, Dean, Students Welfareinformed about the outline of the program and its importance. Tanmya Chakrabortysaid that we need to move forward with new thinking, new ideas, especially on important topics like housing facilities, water availability, health security. He said that the efforts at their level. It will play an important role in improving the new India and India's AmritKaal. Sh. SuparnoSatpathy said that India got freedom in 1943 and not in 1947. This was the time when the first government of independent India was formed by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. He said in his address that India is, has always been and will remain a golden bird. Here he emphasized on the re-study of the knowledge mentioned in the history and the correct knowledge of the facts, that without knowing its basic history, the development of new India cannot happen.

Prof. Tankeshwar Kumar, referring to the AmritKaal presented by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, said that first of all it is necessary that we create such an environment in which everyone recognizes the history of India and strives to achieve the goal of the future. The Vice-Chancellor described the new National Education Policy an important effort in this direction. Prof. Sushma Yadav, Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University said that India's history is very old and without understanding it, we will not be able to contribute in the true sense of the journey of India's development, so the youth will have to understand their history and move forward with new thinking. Everyone's collective efforts are important in this campaign and certainly if the young generation takes the right path then no challenge is difficult. Earlier, the introduction of the chief guest was presented by Sarika Sharma, while the stage was moderated by Dr. Renu Yadav, Deputy Dean Students Welfare of the University and the vote of thanks was done by Dr. A.P. Sharma. In the program, the first woman of the University, Prof. Sunita Srivastava, Registrar Prof. Sunil Kumar, Dean Research Prof. NeelamSangwan, Prof. Sanjiv Kumar, Prof. Pramod Kumar and Student coordinator Kush Sinha were present along with Teachers, researchers, students of various departments and non-teaching staff.

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