Monday 25th, October 2021
canara news

CELEBRATION OF THE CONSTITUTION DAY

Published On : 29 Nov 2020   |  Reported By : media release


St Agnes College (Autonomous) Mangaluru celebrated The Constitution Day on 26 November 2020. A National Webinar was organized by the Department of Political Science and National Cadet Corps on the topic Decades of Indian Constitution: The Road Ahead

Constitution was adopted on 26 November, 1949 and came into force on 26 January, 1950, marking the beginning of a new era in the History of India. The Government in 2015 decided to observe 26 November as 'Constitution Day' or 'Samvidhan Divas'.

Lt Richa Chhibber, MMV Degree College, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh was the resource person for the webinar. She addressed on the basic fundamentals of Indian Constitution and stressed on various concepts of Indian Constitution, Sovereignty, Republic, Democratic, Fundamental Rights, Duties etc. Ms. Narmarda of III BA, administered the Preamble of Constitution pledge. The entire team of participants reaffirmed its commitment to the Indian Constitution by taking the pledge.

There were 90 Participants from various colleges of India who actively participated in the Webinar. Webinar was coordinated by Lt Gayathri B.K(ANO) Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science and Dr Hithakshi Anand (ANO), HOD, Department of Psychology, St Agnes College (Autonomous) Mangaluru.

 







More News

Webinar on Live Stock Market Operations held at St Agnes College
Webinar on Live Stock Market Operations held at St Agnes College
Infant Jesus Shrine, Mangalore today conducted vehicles  blessings
Infant Jesus Shrine, Mangalore today conducted vehicles blessings
Webinar Nanotechnology- Technology of the future
Webinar Nanotechnology- Technology of the future

Write your Comments

Disclaimer: Please write your correct name and email address. Kindly do not post any personal, abusive, defamatory, infringing, obscene, indecent, discriminatory or unlawful or similar comments. canaranews.com will not be responsible for any defamatory message posted under this article.

Please note that under 66A of the IT Act, sending offensive or menacing messages through electronic communication service and sending false messages to cheat, mislead or deceive people or to cause annoyance to them is punishable. It is obligatory on CANARANEWS to provide the IP address and other details of senders of such comments, to the authority concerned upon request.

Hence, sending offensive comments using canaranews will be purely at your own risk, and in no way will canaranews.com be held responsible.