JNU is not just an institution but a culture, the education minister believes in 130 crore Indian students Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan’s Speech at JNU Convocation
Jawaharlal Nehru University: Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) conferred degrees to 948 researchers in its sixth convocation. Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan also participated in the programme.
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JNU News: Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU)JNUParticipated in the 6th convocation. He addressed the students and other officials of the university. In his speech, Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan described JNU as a multi-diverse institution, where students from different parts of the country come to study. He said that JNU is a research university and there is no such diverse institution in the country.
The education minister said that the students who pass from this university should play a big role in the society. In his speech he said that JNU is known for diversity, sensitivity, inclusion, equity, quality and affordability. JNU is not just an institution but a culture. He said, debate and discussion should always be welcomed.
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130 crore people trust JNU students
The Union Minister asked JNU students to research the roots of democracy in India. He said that India is not only the largest democracy in the world but also the mother of democracy. 1.3 billion people of India have full faith in the students of JNU. Students here will become global citizens.
He said JNU has set an example by ensuring that students from all backgrounds are given equal opportunities to excel. The Education Minister also said that JNU has developed a unique culture where seniors, teachers and fellows all come together to ensure student development.
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948 researchers have received degrees
JNU Vice-Chancellor Shantisree Dhulipuri Pandit said that 52 per cent of the students studying in the university are from SC, ST or OBC categories. He said, this year is the sixth convocation. A total of 948 researchers have been awarded degrees. This time the number of female researchers is more than male.
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