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Governor presides over 108th Foundation Day of SNDT Women's University

Published On : 08 Jul 2023   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal

Maharashtra Governor and Chancellor of universities Ramesh Bais presided over the 108th Foundation Day of the SNDT Women's University at Patkar Hall of the University in Mumbai on Fri (7 July).

Speaking on the occasion the Goverror called upon the University to provide entrepreneurship training to women graduates to ensure their economic empowerment. He further asked the university to reach out to women with a basket of skill development programmes to increase the gross enrollment of women in higher education.

Minister of higher and technical education Chandrakant Patil said that the University is expected to receive the status of a Central University shortly and that a proposal has been presented to the central government in this regard.

Minister of Forests and Cultural Affairs Sudhir Mungantiwar, Vice Chancellor Prof Ujwala Chakradeo, Principal Secretary, Higher and Technical Education Vikas Chandra Rastogi, Pro Vice Chancellor Prof Ruby Ojha, playback singer Anuradha Paudwal, industrialist Shekhar Bajaj, members of faculty and students were present. The Governor felicitated outstanding alumni, Best Teacher and representatives of the Best College on the occasion.

Rita Patil of Maniben Nanavati College Matunga was awarded the Best Teacher award while B M Ruia College Gamdevi was adjudged the Best College.

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