The Governor of Maharashtra, Shri Bhagat Singh Koshyari has said that the world is looking towards Gandhi i.e. towards India. Because the solution to the problems in the world lies in Gandhi’s philosophy. Shri Koshyari was addressing the National Seminar on Gandhi Jayanti organized by Mahatma Gandhi International Hindi Vishwavidyalaya, Wardha on the theme ‘Gandhi’s Philosophy: Solution to Global Communalism’ today. The program was presided over by the Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Rajnish Kumar Shukla.
The Governor said that there is acceptance of Gandhi’s thought and philosophy in the world. People are accepting his guidance. There is a harmony of many points of view in Gandhi’s philosophy. He said that Gandhi chose those tools in life, including freedom, which are useful to the world. Therefore, the path of vitality and inspiration is paved in Gandhi’s life. Self-reliance, holistic thinking including conduct is inspiring in which the world finds its way. With these initiatives, the world is today looking towards India with hope.
Welcoming the program and in the introduction of the subject, Professor Rajnish Kumar Shukla, Vice Chancellor of the University said that we are moving ahead from the creative program and to inspire the society, we are organizing Deepotsav to eradicate every darkness. On this occasion Vice Chancellor Prof. Shukla welcomed the Governor with a memento, charkha, shawl and yarn garland of the university. On this occasion the Vice Chancellor Prof. The book ‘Gandhi’s Presence Miscellaneous Vision’ edited by Hanumanprasad Shukla was released by the Governor.
Film Actor Shri Nitish Bhardwaj also appreciated Arogya Deep as a special guest. He said that this step of the University will become the source of the process of human making today. Shri Bhardwaj expressed confidence that we are on our way to become a Vishwaguru. Deepotsav is being made synonymous with the supernatural philosophy of civilization and culture.
The Vice Chancellor of Poet Kulguru Kalidas Sanskrit University, Prof. Srinivas Varkhedi said that Gandhi was a worshiper of humanity and truth. There are wide paths in his philosophy. This inspiration will be ignited by the Diwali festival of Hindi University. The program was conducted by Dr. Jayant Upadhyay and the vote of thanks was proposed by Registrar Kader Nawaz Khan. The program started and ended with the national anthem. In this program organized at Kasturba Auditorium located at Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Bhawan of the University, MLA of Legislative Council Dr. Ramdas Ambatkar, President of Zilla Panchayat Sarita Gakhare, Sarpanch of Umri Gram Panchayat Nanda Ughade along with Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University Prof. Hanumanprasad Shukla, Prof. Chandrakant Ragit, Smt. Kusum Shukla, Deans of Vidyapeeths, Heads of Departments and teachers were prominently present.
On the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, Deepotsav was inaugurated in Hindi University by lighting a lamp on Gandhi Hills by Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari. Like every year, Deepotsav was organized at major squares of Wardha Nagar including University Gandhi Hills, all hostels and main buildings. In which wide cooperation was received from the dignitaries, teachers, staff and students. In the Deepotsav, prominent dignitaries of the city, Vice Chancellors of many universities of Vidarbha and directors of institutions etc. were present.
On the occasion of the arrival of the university, the Governor also addressed the meeting on the implementation of the new education policy in the university. In the meeting, Prof. Rajnish Kumar Shukla, Vice Chancellor of Hindi University, Prof. Vice Chancellor of NNDT Women’s University, Mumbai, Prof. Ujjwala Chakradev, Vice Chancellor of Sant Gadgebaba Amravati University, Prof. Dilip Malkhede, Dr. Pramod Padole, Director, VNIT, Nagpur, Dr. Om Prakash Kakade, Director, Indian Institute of Information Technology, Nagpur, Dr. Nitin Gagne, Dean, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram, Dr. A.I., Professor, AIIMS, Nagpur. M. Tarnekar and Dr. Yogesh Yenarkar were prominently present. All the enlightened people discussed the new education policy.