RGU joined the nation in celebrating Constitution Day at the varsity’s Rono Hills campus in Papum Pare district. The programme was attended by Registrar Prof Tomo Riba, besides deans, HoDs, students, and others. Addressing the gathering, Dr David Gao said the university would henceforth celebrate Constitution Day every year. RGU Vice-Chancellor, Prof Saket Kushwaha, in a message appealed to the university community to uphold the principles of the constitution in letter and spirit. “May the ideals enshrined in the constitution guide our lives on the path shown by BR Ambedkar and the visionaries who made India the world’s largest democracy,” the VC said. Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Prof Amitava Mitra, in his address spoke about “the importance and uniqueness of the Indian constitution.” He requested all to respect the constitution, and informed that the Indian constitution is the largest written constitution of the world. An essay writing competition on the topic ‘Constitution of India: Understanding the objectives and goals’ was also held by the university’s political science department.
Constitution Day Celebration @ RGU