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JU registrar in Gwalior said – you can also become Eklavya by choosing good courses

JU registrar in Gwalior said – you can also become Eklavya by choosing good courses

Publish Date: | Sun, 19 Dec 2021 : PM (IST)

Gwalior, Naiduniya Rep. Paramedical courses are starting with you. You may also have to take online classes. Just as Eklavya became the best archer by remembering the guru in mind and learning archery, in the same way you too can become Eklavya by choosing good courses and handling it in the best way. It depends on you which path you choose.

This view was expressed by Dr. Sushil Manderia, Registrar, Jiwaji University. The registrar was addressing the initiation program of paramedical courses held at JU Hospital. During this, new students of paramedical courses were also given information related to the rules and activities of the university. Chief guest Prof. SK Dwivedi said that along with studies, you should also participate in cultural activities. It will be beneficial in enhancing your personality. Don’t be indiscipline. Proctor Dr. Harendra Sharma said that it is necessary for all the students to follow the rules of the university. Avoid indiscipline and focus on studies. Dr. Manoj Sharma gave information about the hostel. In the program Prof. Nalini Srivastava, Proctor Dr. Harendra Sharma, DCDC Dr. Keshav Singh Gurjar, Prof. GBKS Prasad, Prof. Mahendra Gupta, Prof. Mukul Tailang, Prof. Ravikant Adalatwale, Dr. Manoj Sharma, Dr. KK Sijoria, Dr. Nimisha Jadoun, Dr. Manish Chaturvedi, Dr. Vikas Jain, Dr. Sanjeev Singh and others were present.

Adopted Government Girls Uma School: All-round development of the students should be possible, due to any lack or obstruction, they should not have any hindrance in achieving the goal. Returns. For this purpose, the Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Thatipur Gwalior was adopted by the organization of flying spirits under the India campaign. A program was also organized on this occasion, in which ASP Hitika Vasal was the chief guest. Mukul Gupta, Additional Commissioner of the Corporation was the special guest. The oath of cleanliness was administered to the students by the specially present former Mayor Samiksha Gupta.

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