Assuming responsibility for women’s safety: Bakharia

Sipat (Naiduniya News). World Literacy Day was held at Madanlal Shukla Government College, Sipat on Tuesday as part of the Women’s Safety and Awareness Program. Pro. Nina Bakharia spoke about building her identity while fulfilling social and moral obligations related to women’s safety.

He said women make their mark. Dr. Shubhra Mishra presented Aadhaar’s statement in the program. In this sequence, he gave information on the writings of women from ancient India to modern Indian writers and the awards they received nationally and internationally.

Pro. Shweta Pandya made the students realize that they should fulfill their important role in life. Dr. Shrikant Mohre presented literature and writers focused on women’s safety and awareness.

Among the students, Premlata Sahu recited her own composed poetry and Shabana Bano and Sheetal Nirmalkar also expressed their views. The program was led by Dr. Hiralal Sharma, meanwhile he said that all of you students must be literature readers. He talked about taking systematic action in this regard.

At the end of the broadcast, Vandana Srivastava proposed the vote of thanks. Other faculty members from the college were also present in large numbers in the program. A large number of students including Namrata Patre, Jyoti Dhiwar, Preeti Dubey, Pooja Gupta, Yasmin Parveen were present.

Sport is the ladder of struggle in life: Momin

Sipat (Naiduniya News). A total of 175 players from all categories participated in the chess competition in Khamharia. Encouraging the players on this occasion, senior congressman and director of Durga Mahavidyalaya Ahmed Momin said sport is an essential part of our lives. This leads to physical and mental development. The performance of the game is the first step to endure the struggle in life. He said that under CM Rajiv Yuva Mitan Yojana, efforts are being made to promote sports and culture. On this occasion, Janpad Panchayat member of Masturi, Anjani Laxmi Sahu, Sarpanch Gulab Bai, Dhansai Soni, Santosh Sahu, Pooja Agarwal, Pramod Sahil, Devesh Sharma, Pramod Kurre, Deepak Sahu, Jai Soni, Dinesh Dixena and sportsmen were present in large numbers. .

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