Republic Day Celebration at RNB Global University

Thursday, 27th January 2017

The RNB Global University, Bikaner celebrated the 68th Indian Republic Day in the University premises on Thursday, 26th Jan 2017 with enthusiasm and patriotic fervor, in all its solemnity and grandeur. The celebration commenced with unfurling of the National Flag by Lt. General R.K Karwal, Hon’ble President, RNB Global University. This was followed by singing the National Anthem by all the students and staff of the university.

Republic Day Celebration at RNB Global University

The celebrations were marked by short captivating cultural performances by the students. Ms. Divya Tulsiyani along with Mr. Divya Rajsingh Rathore from School of Law were the masters of the ceremony, who set the stage for a patriotic ambience quoting national heroes and their sacrifice for their motherland. They also narrated a brief history of 26th January, highlighting the significance that the Indian Constitution holds for every Indian citizen.

The Hon’ble President in his address paid tribute to the National Heroes. He also acknowledged the efforts of the Drafting Committee under the Chairmanship of Dr. B. R Ambedkar for giving us a grand book of law in the form of the largest constitution of the world. He also stated that this date i.e. 26th holds a great significance in the history of India as on this date in 1930, the national heroes took a pledge to achieve full freedom i.e. ‘Puran Swaraj’. So to commemorate this on 26th January 1950 India claimed itself as a nation free from all external rules and its citizens are now the supreme power; independent in the true sense. He motivated students to work with sincerity and whole hearted devotion for our Motherland, and that will be the real tribute.

Thereafter, students of School of Basic and Applied Sciences namely Ankit, Saurabh, Shubham, Abdul, Sachin, Rishiraj, Hemant, Kamlesh, Vikas and Ajoyshweta exhibited the unique characteristic of India i.e. Unity in diversity through a skit which elevated the feeling of nationalism among the audience. Tandra Paul and Nikita Bhati of B.Sc. II Semester sang a patriotic song in the glory of the Nation in their melodious voice.

The entire RNBGU fraternity and students thus celebrated the Republic Day with full zeal and enthusiasm.