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It’s time to invite & encourage youth to remove society problems: Prof. Ajay Sharma

It’s time to invite & encourage youth to remove society problems: Prof. Ajay Sharma

Kanwar Inder Singh/ royalpatiala.in/ Jalandhar

The youth have passion to target any task. Everyone is well aware of this. So now, the need is to motivate youth so that they can take a decision to remove the problems of society and bring changes towards developed country. For this, the education sector has the highest responsibility. This message was delivered by Prof. (Dr.) Ajay Kumar Sharma, Vice Chancellor I.K Gujral Punjab Technical University. VC Prof. Sharma was addressing a blood donation camp and seminar organized in context of National Youth Day at university main campus. NSS Department of IKGPTU celebrated this day as post date event.

Further, Prof. Sharma said that it’s time to invite & encourage youth to remove society problems. He encouraged the students to take on the challenges & problems being faced by the society. He emphasized that NSS provides a big platform, where students can grew & increase their knowledge by working on the problems of this society. He also said that IKGPTU will be adeptly two villages under “Unnat Bharat Abhiyaan”.

It's time to invite & encourage youth to remove society problems: Prof. Ajay Sharma

On this occasion, NSS department also conducted a seminar with theme “Youth for Nation Building” in which Dr. Anish Dua, Professor Guru Nanak Dev University was the key note speaker. He delivered a talk on mentioned subject. He interacted with students and addressed their queries for future India. He shared about teachings and life victory of Swami Vivekananda with students. He appealed the students that they must start work as per the teachings of Swami Vivekananda as he has influenced the life of many great people like Mahatma Gandhi, Rabindra Nath Tagore Ji, Subash Chandra Bose ji, Bal Gangadhar Tilk & Many more.

A Blood donation camp was organized after seminar in which students; non teaching staff and teaching staff of the university participated and donated about 60 units of Blood.

 

 

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