Ujjain: Symposium on  Swami Vivekananda’s thoughts held

Ujjain: Programme are being organised in city to commemorate the Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. Educational institutions are organising programmes with an aim to channelize thoughts and messages of Swami Vivekananda among the young generations.

Bharatiya Shiksha Mandal Malwa zone in-charge Prerana Manana informed that symposium was held in Advance College on Wednesday during which ex- head of Hindi department of Girls Degree College Dr Uma Vajpayee made students aware about Swami Vivekananda. She held that religion, spirituality and morality forms the core of Indian society and it is the source of power of citizens of this country and one should inculcate these traits within self to become a better person.

Bharatiya Shiksha Mandal Malwa zone secretary Dr Manu Gauraha presented the work report of mandal. College principal Shraddha Mishra presided over the programme. Ram Naik and Shikha Sharma presented organisation songs on the occasion. Archana Bafana anchored the programme and Ratnesh Sharma proposed vote of thanks at the end of the programme. Varsha Joshi, Gaurav Upadhyay and Ashish Sharma were present on the occasion.

A workshop was held at Government Girls School in Dashara Maidan in which child court justice Om Prakash Gupta held that the only way to achieve the goals is to put their entire energy in materialising ones dreams. BSM representative Rekha Bhargava presented the report of work performed by Kishori Samagra Vikas Prakalp. Principal Sunita Mishra presided over the programme. Madhubala anchored the event and Jyoti Dixit proposed vote of thanks at the end of the programme.

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