Quantum Global Campus Celebrates Hindi DiwasBack
Quantum Global Campus organized a function to celebrate Hindi Diwas on the campus.To commemorate the day inter-school competition of Hindi slogan writing and debate competition was organized so as to promote the language among the students.The entire competition was well supervised by the Department of Business of Journalism & Mass Communication.The topics of the competition included Indian Politics, Child Labour & Education Mode in India. Students from schools of Saharanpur and Roorkee very actively participated in the competition.Urvashi Rawat of Guru Nanak Girls Inter College, stood first in the written competition and Jaya Bisht of Mathodist Girls Inter College stood runner-up in the competition.In the debate competition, Aniket of Cantt Board School came first and Nikhil Upadhyaya of S.A.M Inter College came second with flying colours.
Dr. S. C Handa,Director General, Quantum Global Campus and Prof. Rohit Kushwaha, Director, Quantum School of Graduate Studies felicitated the winners with certificates.
Aniket of Cantt Board School supported his arguments against “CHILD LABOUR” by reflecting its adverse effects in which child labour is impeding India’s growth. Also, he threw light on the manner in which people are ignoring the preventive laws against the adversary which ought to be a matter of concern. He also mentions that if such attitude will continue to prevail then it would certainly create an army of illiterate people which is undoubtedly not in favour of India’s growth.
Nikhil Upadhyaya of S.A.M Inter College put forward his views that there is an urgent need to have a change in the working of Indian politics. He said that Indian politics is deteriorating its charisma every passing day . The candidates enter politics with great promises and make them of past time after coming into position. He mentioned that it is the need of the hour to get rid of arm-chair politics, if India seeks to flourish.
On the other hand, Urvashi Rawat of Guru Nanak Girls Inter College spoke that how government negligence is responsible for over-population, unemployment and malnutrition in the rural areas.
Mr. Rohan Tyagi, Coordinator- BJMC Dept. expresses his views about media which has left no stone unturned in spreading awareness amongst the youth and its manifestation as the fourth power in maintaining a healthy democracy. He mentions that legislatue, executive and judiciary along with press constitutes the four powers of Indian democracy. In order to sustain a healthy democracy, “say of the people” constitutes the essential element in its entire functioning. And, PRESS forms the backbone of the people to make their voices heard and to express their opinions.The basic role played by newspaper is to give a coverage to every essential news occuring in any of the nook or corner without any biasness and prejudice. Newspapers throws light on every matter including politics, societal issues, economy, education, religion and other communal or other essential matters. There is no surprise in saying that media is the essential pillar which formulates the basis of democracy and editor’s intellect forms the basis in shaping the thoughts of people.
Prof. Rohit Kushwaha, Quantum School of Graduate Studies expressed his thanking gesture to all the students for their participation and to the teachers of respective schools for their presence.