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May 6, 2022

Vice President Naidu inaugurates the Centenary Celebrations of Delhi University; Releases Centenary Commemorative Stamp & Centenary Commemorative Coin. (Updated)


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Photo: The Vice President of India, M. Venkaiah Naidu, at the inauguration of the centenary celebrations of the University of Delhi on its 100th Foundation Day, in New Delhi on May 01, 2022. Mr. Naidu released the Delhi University Centenary Commemorative Stamp issued by the Department of Posts. On his right is Mr. Dharmendra Pradhan, Union Minister of Education.


New Delhi, May 4, 2022 — The Vice President of India, Mr. M. Venkaiah Naidu, inaugurated the Centenary celebrations of the Delhi University.

Mr. Naidu reminded the gathering that ancient India had enjoyed the reputation of being a “Vishwa Guru” and was a renowned cradle of culture. He said reputed centers of knowledge, among the earliest known to humanity, like the universities of Nalanda, Takshashila, Vikramshila, Vallabhi, and Odantapuri, bear ample testimony to this fact. Mr. Naidu remarked that his deep-seated wish is to see Indian Universities ranked among the top. He asked all stakeholders to work with this aim in mind.

He emphasized that Universities must come out with innovative ideas to address the pressing problems of society. He added that the ultimate aim of the research should be to make people’s lives more comfortable and happier.

The Vice President also released the Delhi University Centenary Commemorative Stamp, Commemorative Coin, and Commemorative Book.

Mr. Dharmendra Pradhan, Union Minister of Education, Prof. Yogesh Singh, Vice-Chancellor of Delhi University, and other dignitaries attended the event.

The University Grants Commission has recognized Delhi University as an Institute of Eminence.

Source: Vice President’s Secretariat

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May 6, 2022


• Vice President Naidu asks Panjab University to Move Away from Mediocrity and follow Guru Nanak’s Teachings, Calls upon All Universities to maintain Peace on Campuses, and Focus Attention on Academic Excellence.


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Photo: The Vice President, M. Venkaiah Naidu, at the convocation ceremony of Panjab University in Chandigarh on May 06, 2022.


Chandigarh, May 6, 2022 — Today, the Vice President, M. Venkaiah Naidu, emphasized the need for Universities to accord greater importance to implementable patents under Intellectual Property rights to give a fillip to the economy and industry. In addition, he termed it necessary to strengthen industry-institute linkages for better research outcomes.

Addressing the 69th Convocation ceremony of Panjab University in Chandigarh today, the Vice President said that we should move away from mediocrity.

Calling for making good quality education accessible and affordable to all, the Vice President wanted such education to positively transform an individual’s outlook, societal cohesion, and inclusive national development.

Mr. Naidu emphasized that education should transform how we look at the planet and interact with fellow human beings. He said that we should illuminate our life by the five virtues of Guru Nanak, namely - Sat (honest, truthful behavior), Santokh (contentment), Daya (compassion), Nimrata (humility), and Pyaar (love of humanity, love of divinity). I hope these principles will continue to inspire us to be better human beings, he added.

Terming peace a prerequisite for progress, Mr. Naidu called upon all universities to see that they maintain stability on campuses and focus attention on academic excellence. Emphasizing the importance of cohesion and harmony in society, he said that we should teach these values to the students from a young age in our schools. “There should be no place for caste, creed, religion, and gender divisions in the 21st century. We all belong to one country, India,” he said.

Source: Vice President’s Secretariat

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