PM Modi / PM Modi reaches Delhi University by Delhi Metro, will attend centenary celebrations

Zoom News : Jun 30, 2023, 11:34 AM
PM Modi: The centenary celebration program of Delhi University will end today i.e. on 30th June. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is attending the closing program as the chief guest. He went to DU by metro. He interacted a lot with the people in the metro. At the same time, DU also issued guidelines regarding PM Modi's participation in the programme. All the students and staff have been asked to attend the programme. Along with this, it has also been said that no one will come wearing black clothes in the program.

Hansraj College, Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar College and Zakir Hussain Delhi College have asked students and teachers to join the live telecast of the programme. All the students will have to be present during the live streaming of the programme. The entry to the college is to be done at the beginning of the first term i.e. from 8:50 am to 9:00 am to avoid any traffic diversion or disruption.

On the other hand, according to media reports, many colleges of DU have made the presence of students mandatory in PM Modi's program. Along with this, instructions have also been issued that no one will go to the program wearing black clothes. A similar instruction was also issued by the Hindu College on Wednesday. On the other hand, Meenu Srivastava, teacher in charge of Hindi College, said that no such notice has been issued by the college.

He said that I have no information. Srivastava said that I have mailed the students and all the faculty informing them about the live telecast and urging them to attend it. There is no compulsion of attendance.

Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar College said in a notice that on this occasion all teachers along with their students and non-teaching staff will have to attend the live web broadcast program in the college. It said that a detailed report would be submitted to the university.

At the same time, the Delhi University administration also clarified that they have not made attendance mandatory. Arrangements have been made for live telecast so that those who cannot attend the program can watch it. Registrar Vikas Gupta said that the university has not issued any order regarding compulsory attendance.

Ramjas College, Miranda House and Kirorimal College also said they have not made attendance mandatory, but have urged students, faculty and all staff to attend the programme.

Principal of Miranda House B Nanda, Principal of Ramjas College Manoj Kumar Khanna and Principal of Kirori Mal College Dinesh Khattar also confirmed that the presence of the Prime Minister is not mandatory for the programme.