26th January or ‘The Republic Day of India’ is the day when the Constitution of India came into being in 1950. Our Constitution provides several Fundamental Rights and Duties to the citizens of India. It ensures that the basic principles of Equality, Sovereignity, Liberty, Secularism, Socialism and Fraternity are respected throughout the nation. This year we are celebrating our 69 th Republic Day.
The 69th Republic Day was celebrated joyfully at Amrapali Group of Institutes today i.e. 26th January 2018. The Celebrations started with the Flag Hoisting Ceremony. The Flag was jointly hosted by Shri R. Monga, Vice Chairman AGI, Shri Narendra Dhingra Secretary AGI and Col. R. C. Bhandari, Guest of Honour on the occasion.
In his address to the students, Col. R. C. Bhandari reminded the students about the supreme sacrifices given by our Freedom Fighters. He discussed the importance of Cleanliness in our lives and how the youth of today can contribute in fulfilling the dream of a “Swatch Bharat”. Care for the Elderly was another important issue raised by Col. Bhandari. He urged the students to stand up against social evils such as Casteism, Communalism, Nepotism, Gender Inequality, Poverty, Corruption and Intoxication.
Prof. (Dr.) Ritvik Dubey Director FCBM AGI talked about the making of the Indian Constitution. He discussed the salient features of the Constitution focussing upon the Fundamental Rights and the Fundamental Duties.
The Celebrations concluded with Musical Performances by the students of different departments. Ms. Mandeep Kaur, Asst. Prof. AIHM did a wonderful job as the Anchor during the celebrations.
Contributed By :
Navneet Rautela ( BHM III Year )