PM Modi will address the 95th annual meeting of the Association of Indian Universities and the National Seminar of Deputy Vice Chancellors through video conferencing today, 14 April, amid increasing cases of Coronan infection. According to the media report, the PMO has also issued a statement that on the occasion of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar’s birth anniversary, Prime Minister Modi will release four books related to Baba Saheb. It is worth noting that this program is being organized by Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Open University, Ahmedabad.
PM Modi will release these four books based on the life of Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar, who Written by Kishore Makwana are:
Dr. Ambedkar Jeevan Darshan
Dr. Ambedkar Vyakti Darshan
Dr. Ambedkar Rashtra Darshan
Dr. Ambedkar Shyam Darshan
95th Annual Meeting of <
Let us know that the Association of Indian Universities (AIU), the highest institution of higher education in the country, is organizing its 95th annual meeting on 14 and 15 April. This is an opportunity for the AIU to showcase its achievements over the past year. During this time AIU will also provide its financial statement and information related to the plan of activities for the coming year.
Celebrate the 96th Foundation Day of AIU
It has also been said by the PMO that this meeting will commemorate the AIU’s 96th Foundation Day established in 1925 under the patronage of factions like Dr. Saravapalli Radhakrishnan and Shyama Prasad Mukherjee. during the meeting "Implementation of National Educational Policy-20 to implementation for higher education" A national seminar of Vice Chancellors is also being organized on the subject.
This is the purpose of the meeting
The statement issued by the PMO stated that the purpose of this meeting is to formulate a strategy for the recently launched National Education Policy – 2020 with a clear action plan for effective implementation in the interest of its primary stakeholders, students.
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