SMVDU Katra: As the country is celebrating 75th year of the Quit India Movement that started on 9th Aug. 1942, the Ministry of Human Resource Development GOI and All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) announces a series of activities in higher education institutions to commemorate the great event and sacrifices of revered freedom fighters. As per the directive, a pledge-taking ceremony was organized in which all faculty and students participated in their respective classes at 9.30am yesterday.
A number of activities will be undertaken to sensitize the students towards the freedom struggle and Quit India Movement which led to securing of India’s Independence. A Panel Discussion on the theme assigned ‘New India Manthan’ will be organized by Mind-Meet Forum, emphasis will be given on Prime Minister’s endeavour to have a terrorism-free, caste-free, un-cleanliness-free, poverty-free society and that the same can be actualized with the help of society. Board of Cultural Activities (BCA) will be organizing debate and declamation competitions, quiz competition and essay-writing competition on the theme. The series of activities will conclude on 30th August.