“Mahaparinirwan Diwas” observed in central India Group of Institution

Nagpur – The 65th anniversary of the death of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar was celebrated as ‘Mahaparinirwan Diwas’ by the Central Indian group of institutions operating under the age of Mehmuda Shikshan Mahila Gramin Vikas Bahuddeshiya Sanstha’s Nagpur at its university campus in Godhani today.

Rich tributes were paid to Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar on this day by all students and staff. Dr SM Rajan, Director of Central India College of Law, Tushar Meshram, Director, DDUJKY, Dr Yasmin Siddiqui, Director of Central India Adhyapak Mahavidyalaya, Dr Swati Raut, Director of Central India College of Education and Dr Seema Chikle, Director of Central India Women’s College of Education, B.Ed. (SNDT) The College was present on the occasion.

Remembering Dr Ambedkar on his Mahaparinirwa Diwas, Dr Rajan said in his speech that Dr Ambedkar’s devotion to the country and his pursuit of equality is a message to the whole world that birth or caste does not determine. life. Dr Yasmin Siddiqui said that Dr Ambedkar will live forever in our hearts and minds as his life’s work for the upliftment of the oppressed and equality itself in our country every day. Dr Swati Raut said that Dr Ambedkar has played an important role in secular education and social empowerment. Dr Seema Chikle said Dr Ambedkar does not believe in social reform based on humanitarianism, sympathy, philanthropy etc. treatment was a matter of law, not of pity.

The program was chaired by Prof. Bansod and a vote of thanks was proposed by Prof. Anvita Telang. A large number of students and staff were present on the occasion, including Professor Shabana Anjum, Pof. Rekha Kale, Professor Sharda Thakre, Ashish Kubade and Swapnil Nistane.

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