Bupole – Governor Sri Mangubai Patel graduates 130 new Vikram University courses at Vikram Kirti Mander. Governor Sri Patel said more than 130 creative classes will be launched at the university at the same time. There are now a total of 180 courses. New courses will take the youth to new heights in the future. The new curriculum frees the young person from being tied to a subject and helps him or her to move forward and become self-sufficient. According to the governor, the university should strive to promote Sanskrit. We must all work to make India a Vishgar again.
Expressing good wishes to all in Janmashami, Governor Sri Patel Ujjani said it was Lord Sri Krishna and Shashshastali. I am proud to have come to the holy and holy city of Ujjaini. The city of Ujjani has been a holy city since ancient times. People here are fortunate to have been educated by Lord Krishna himself by staying in the Sandrapani Ashram. At that time, the royal family and the common people were all studying together. Lord Sri Krishna and Sudama were educated at the same time under the guidance of Guru Sandipani. Lord Kሽṣናa taught Arjuna to fulfill his duty in the Battle of Mahabharata. Many students from Vikram University have important positions in life, says Sri Patel.
According to the Minister of Higher Education, Dr. Mohan Yadav, the time when Lord Kሽṣናa came to Ujjani Gurukul for education can be heard even today. Today, Governor Sri Patel is among us. Shri Yadav said the University of Ujjan Vikram is very ancient. With the number of new courses and courses held here, Vikram University has become the No. 1 university. The university offers courses in painting, design, theater, drama, dance and song. Efforts will be made to provide students with 14 Vedas and 64 Grid Sri Krishna Arts. Sports are also part of the curriculum.
The Minister of Higher Education, Dr. Yadav, said the new education policy has been implemented in the media. Under the new education policy, students can choose one subject and choose another subject later. He said today is not a holiday but a day of work and energy. There is nothing better than starting a new course at the Janmartami Festival. Dr. Yadav said that the tradition of awarding degrees to students is now being followed by Gudi Padwa. A sermon will be held at Goodie Padwa. He invited students from all over the world to study at Vikram University.
Thanks to the efforts of the Minister of Higher Education, 130 new courses are being started by the regime today, said MP Sri Anil Firogia. A new course on agriculture has been added to these new courses. Malwa has long been an agricultural region, and the integration of agriculture with the new curriculum attracts young people. Member of Parliament Shri Frogia praised Prime Minister Shri Modi for his efforts to implement the new education policy in the country. “We will all work together to make Ujjan an educational center,” he said.
According to Mella Sri Paras Jay, the new faculty of agriculture is also being started. This benefits young people. Ujjan has been a center of learning since ancient times. Vikram University is a center of knowledge and science. The younger generation is inspired by our glorious history. By introducing new courses, Sri Jane said students will leave the university and bring servants for themselves and their families.
Prior to the program, Governor Sri Mangubai Patel paid homage to the statue of Raja Vikradidian. Dance-music artists welcomed the ruler by performing traditional dances. Note to Governor Sri Patel. Vikram University Vice Chancellor Professor Akhilesh Kumar Pandei explained the university’s draft. Professor Shylandandra Kumar Sharma hosted the program and the Registrar, Dr. Prestant Pauranique, gave a vote of thanks.
Panini Sanskrit Vishwavidiala Deputy Chancellor, Shri Vijay Kumar, Principals of various colleges, Member of the University Superintendent, Shri Om Jayne, Class Commissioner Shri Sandep Yadav, ADG Shri Yogesh Deshmukh, Chairperson Shri Ashsh Singh, Police Superintendent Shuri, Police Superintendent Shur. Representatives of electronic media attended the program.