JNU organizes a national research paper writing competition

The competition poster was unveiled to the public and launched on the official website of the Bharatiya Shikshan Mandal

The National Research Paper Writing Competition was launched by Bharatiya Shikshan Mandal at the Convention Center, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. The competition was opened by Dr Subhas Sarkar, Minister of State for Education, accompanied by Dr Sachchidanand Joshi, Organizing Secretary, Indira Gandhi National Center for Arts, New Delhi, and Professor Shantishree Pandit, Deputy Chancellor, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Dr. Joshi is also the President of Bharatiya Shikshan Mandal.

The program began with the welcoming of the dignitaries and Saraswati Vandana as well as the lighting of the lamp. The competition poster was unveiled to the public and also launched on the official website of the Bharatiya Shikshan Mandal. The show’s main guest, Dr. Subhas Sarkar said, “Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s life needs more research and many new aspects of his life and vision could come to light.” He said Netaji’s life is an inspiration to our life, our society and our country, especially to the nation’s youth. He said Netaji India was free from any form of discrimination based on caste, creed, gender or region. He said Netaji believed that education is necessary for holistic development and emphasized two vital aspects, namely human development and character building. He congratulated Bharatiya Shikshan Mandal for choosing the theme “Subhash-Swaraj-Sarkar” for the research paper writing competition. He also explained the government’s efforts to revive Netaji’s memory over the past eight years. The program was organized by Bharatiya Shikshan Mandal-Yuva Aayam, Research for Resurgence Foundation and Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

In a short speech, Professor Shantishree Pandit paid tribute to Indian Prime Minister Subhash Bose who established the interim government in Singapore. She said, “there is no greater revolutionary than Bose.” Furthermore, she told the minister present that “JNU is as nationalistic a university as any other university in the country. even seventy percent of India’s bureaucracy comes from JNU.” She also called for the decolonization of the Indian spirit. She encouraged students to enter the competition and dedicated the university to the cause of nation building.

Dr. Sachchidanand Joshi, President of Bharatiya Shikshan Mandal said that “Indian history has done the most injustice to Netaji”. He said reading Netaji’s autobiography will give young people a new vision of India. He urged students to participate in the competition and submit research papers, not only to improve their Academic Performance Index (API) scores, but also to improve their API scores for life and country. He believed that researching the theme would help them contribute and imagine an India that aims to become a vishwaguru by 2047 – the 100th year of India’s independence or Swarnajayanti. Prof. Ravi Prakash Tekchandani, President (Delhi Chapter), Bharatiya Shikshan Mandal delivered the vote of thanks for the event.

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