Chittorgarh: Forty-five students from Mewar University, belonging to different states of India, participated in the district level Republic Day celebration and performed at the Indira Gandhi Indoor stadium, Chittorgarh, displaying their individual and collective creative talents in the form of beautifully choreographed A R Rehman’s much acclaimed theme song, Jai ho, resonating with nationalistic fervor.
67th Republic Day Celebration in Mewar University: Jan 26 2016
67th Republic Day was celebrated with great vigour and fervour in the premises of Mewar University on 26th January 2016. The students saluted the National Flag and pledged themselves to upholding the honour and integrity, diversity and uniqueness that is “ INDIA”. The Choir group presented the Patriotic songs viz “Har karam apna kare gay ah watan tere liye” , “ Maa tuje Salam”that added flavour to the occasion and reverberated the surroundings followed by the patriotic melodious poems and dances adding zeal to the ceremony .Lone Faisal Student of electrical and electronics engineering gave a speech on the Prestigious occasion citing the importance of our Constitution.
The Chief Guest Mr. Shri Govind Ji Gadiya( Secretary Mewar education Society & Member Board of Management Mewar University) accompanied by Guest of honour Mr. Anvit Vyas Ji( Senior Relation Manager State Bank of Patiyala Shashtri Bawan New Delhi) , Mr Ishtiyaq Ahmed Dean of Law , Veer Bahadur Univ. , Adv. Pancholi ji ,Mr. Radha Krishna ji Gadiya ( Member BoM,Mewar University) and Mr Sunil ji Gadiya (Member Rep., BoM, MU) graced the occasion with their presence.
After the Flag hoisting ceremony there was the inspection of Platoon by the Honourable Chief Guest followed by the Parade of Mewar University Security Guards.The Chief Guest addressing the students urged them to do their best, feel responsible towards Nationand feel proud to be Indians. Mr Vyas in his motivational speech urged the students to follow the path of Swami Vivekananda in Nation building.
The students dispersed after high tea with the image of tricolour fluttering in their minds.