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UGC Letters To Universities Need Modi’s 11 September Lecture Broadcast to Students for ‘Life Changing’ Event

UGC Letters To Universities Need Modi’s 11 September Lecture Broadcast to Students for ‘Life Changing’ Event :- The University Grant Commission (UGC) has kept in touch with colleges crosswise over India requesting that they guarantee that the booked discourse by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 11 September is communicated to understudies on their separate grounds for ‘life changing experience.’

The letter from the acting administrator, Virender Singh Chauhan stated, “It is asked for that all Vice Chancellors of Universities, Heads of Higher Educational Institutions give an open door and office to the educators and understudies to see Hon’ble Prime Minister’s address on eleventh September, 2017 by,

Modi’s 11 September Lecture Broadcast to Students for ‘Life Changing’ Event

  •  distinguishing for the above program a typical place, varying media room or assembly hall in the grounds.
  • introducing of appropriate TV/projection office for wide survey.”

UGC letters to universities require Modi’s 11 September discourse broadcast to students for ‘life changing’ event. The letter expressed that Modi was planned to deliver pioneers’ tradition to stamp the 125th commemoration of Swami Vivekananda’s address at the Chicago World Parliament of Religions.

The University Grant Commission (UGC) has written to universities across India asking them to ensure that the scheduled speech by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 11 September is broadcast to students on their respective campuses for ‘life changing experience. Chauhan went ahead to solicit the VCs and heads from higher optional foundations to adequately proliferate about the occasion with the goal that the intrigued understudies could see ‘such a huge program, to the point that could be extraordinary.