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APG Shimla varsity’s teachers, students and NCC cadets roll up sleeves to make Har Ghar Tiranga campaign a success

Shimla, August 6 – APG Shimla University organised a meeting in the conference hall of the university regarding the preparation of the campaign Har Ghar Tiranga. It was held here  on Saturday under the chairmanship of Prof.  Dr. Ramesh Chauhan, the Vice-chancellor of APG Shimla varsity. Teachers, heads of different departments, varsity administration department, Dean-Academics, University Media Team and members of Public Relations department and NCC cadets were entrusted with the responsibility to make the Har Ghar Tiranga campaign being celebrated under Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav a success. Addressing the meeting, Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Ramesh Chauhan informed that Har Ghar Tiranga campaign is to be celebrated as national self-respect and various programs related to the Amrit Mahotsav and Independence Day program will be presented in the university by students, teachers and NCC cadets and preparations in this regard. are running. Vice Chancellor Prof. Ramesh Chauhan said that common citizens, students and teachers have to be inspired to put up the national flag in every house on August 13 to 15.Vice Chancellor Prof. Ramesh Chouhan informed that apart from this, as per the guidelines of the Government of India and the State Government, various programs like Tricolor-Shobha-Yatra, Prabhat Pheri in the local Gram Panchayat Pujarili of Shimla, plantation of 1000 plants, talks of subject experts on the freedom struggle., Patriotic songi, speech competition, painting, poetry-recitation, programs related to the freedom struggle and the contribution of Himachal in the freedom struggle will also be highlighted. The university management has released the list of various programs in this regard from August 6 to August 15. From August 6, special program on patriotic songs on the campus radio of the university and under the Sing Along program on patriotic songs Antakshari, patriotic song tune recognition, acting on patriotic films, the program has been started from Saturday. Quiz competition on 8th August, Plantation of saplings on 9th August, Tiranga Yatra rally on 10th, Bike rally on 12th August, Essay competition, Speech of the chief guest and speaker on freedom struggle on 13th August and Independence Day will be celebrated on 15th August and on 16th August Flags will be collected. Vice Chancellor Chauhan said that students from twenty eight countries studying in the university would also participate in this program. In the meeting, Advisor Engineer Vikrant Suman, dean academic Dr. Anil Kumar Paul, dean prof.  Dr. Rohini Dhedla, dean Dr. Neel Singh, head of fashion design  department Kalpana Verma, Dr. Prachi Vaid, University administrative officer Michael Findel were present in the meeting.

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