Students will take advantage of exhibition organised by the CBC on Meri Mati Mera Desh theme : ADG, Akhil Kumar Mishra

Deoghar: Akhil Kumar Mishra, Additional Director General of Press Information Bureau and Central Communications Bureau, Ranchi, and Swami Divyasudhan and, Principal of Ramakrishna Mission Vidyapeeth, participated as chief guests in the programs of the fourth day of the multimedia picture exhibition organised in Deoghar by the Central Communications Bureau Dumka/Ranchi.

Both the guests were accorded a guard of honor by NCC cadets as per protocol. After that he garlanded the replica of Dharti Aba Bhagwan Birsa Munda and Victory Pillar installed at the exhibition site. All the guests were honored by giving clothes and mementos. After that, a welcome song and cultural program was presented to welcome the guests and the winners of painting and quiz were rewarded with wallclocks, tiffins, bags and lotuses by the guests. 

Additional Director General PIB CBC, Ranchi Akhil Kumar Mishra said that this is a unique exhibition organized by our department on Meri Mati Mera Desh, hope everyone especially students will take full advantage of it. Special attention has been paid to the life story and struggles of the heroes of Jharkhand, everyone must see it.

Swami Divyasudhanand, Principal of Ramakrishna Mission Vidyapeeth, in his address, praised the exhibition and said that it is wonderful. He asked everyone to read about Swami Vivekananda and incorporate his thoughts in their lives. Keeping Vivekananda‚Äôs thoughts about India, he said that spirituality is the real strength of India, on the basis of this, India will one day become a world guru. This path will be found only through love and peace and not through war.

The Principal also mentioned a sentence related to Gurudev Rabindra Nath Tagore, when Gurudev advised a foreign woman to read Swami Vivekananda to know about India, because in it she found everything positive about India. Will get, nothing negative. Earlier, while introducing the theme, i Shahid Rehman, Head of Office, Central Bureau of Communications, Ranchi explained the objective of the exhibition, and informed about the various activities that took place during the last four days.

RL Principal in-charge of Sarraf High School Mr. Rajeev Kapoor also graced the stage with the guests. In his address, he thanked the Central Bureau of Communications for selecting his school campus for this special exhibition. Today, an awareness rally on Meri Mati Mera Desh was taken out by the children of Saraf Vidyalaya, which was flagged off by the guests.

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