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Republic Day celebrated at Crossland

Published On : 27 Jan 2021   |  Reported By : media release


In India, Republic Day is not less than a festival, the whole country regardless of caste, creed, religion beams with joy and happiness.

We should take the spirit to our heart and soul and be able to sing vande matharam together in the same spirit with which the nation sang it more than 70 years ago. Let’s stand together for our country.

 

We have a great responsibility to promise our motherland that we will do everything to enrich and preserve our heritage, our ethos and our treasure ,said Prof.Reebu Samuel, Vice Principal and HoD of Social Science in her message as the Chief Guest of the Republic day celebrations of Crossland College.

The Principal was present on the occasion.Mr.Biju Jacob K.,, Physical Director initiated the programme.







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