Constitution Day 2022: How educational institutions are celebrating this year

Constitution Day 2022: Schools and colleges will be organising talks, competitions, webinar tomorrow.

Constitution Day 2022: How educational institutions are celebrating this year Constitution Day 2022
Vagisha Kaushik | Nov 25, 2022 - 3:03 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Constitution Day 2022 will be celebrated tomorrow, November 26, 2022 across the nation. To mark the occasion, schools, colleges and universities in India are going to conduct different activities from reading the Preamble to holding competitions.

University Grants Commission (UGC) chairman, M Jagadesh Kumar, asked governors of all states to direct universities in their states to organise a lecture on the theme “India: Mother of Democracy” tomorrow and create awareness among students about India’s contribution to democracy.

The Karnataka government has issued a circular saying that students of all schools and colleges will read the Preamble tomorrow.

Karnataka school education minister B C Nagesh said in a tweet, “A circular has been issued regarding the reading of the Preamble of the Constitution in all schools and colleges of the state on the occasion of 'Constitution Day of India' tomorrow (November 26).”

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras tweeted, “On the occasion of commemoration of #ConstitutionDay, Director has announced an endowment fund called "Dr. B.R Ambedkar Memorial Endowment Fund" of Rs 10 Lakhs for celebration of #AmbedkarJayanti every year, through the Liaison Officer & IITM SC/ST Welfare Association.”

National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research (NITTTR) Chennai is organising a webinar on Constitution Day tomorrow.

Dronacharya College Of Engineering is organizing an essay competition on the occasion of "Indian Constitution Day" tomorrow. The topic for the competition is "Uniform Civil Code(Article-44) may be the better option for uniformity".

IGNOU tweeted, “The School of Law, IGNOU organized an Expert Talk on the occasion of Constitution Day. Suresh Chandra, Information Commissioner CIC, Delhi delivered a talk on the Topic “Right to Information : A Constitutional Perspective”.

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