Knowledge of different culture from various parts will complete learning process of the students: Ram Prasad

Students are the future of the forthcoming days. Knowledge of different culture, tradition and history from various parts of the country will complete their learning process, nunciated Cooperation Minister Ram Prasad Paul in Bharat Ko Jana programme jointly organised by North East Zone Cultural Centre (NEZCC) and Department of Information & Cultural Affairs as a part of Azad Ka Amrit Mahotsav at the auditorium hall of Dr. B.R Ambedkar English Model School in Anandnagar under Sadar sub-division on December 29 Cooperation Minister in the programme said, the flow of development in the state is continued.

Every citizen including the students must know about the diversity of the country. India is a country of diversity in the world. Different parts of the country have their own culture, tradition, food habits and attire. He lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s effort of tying the diversity of the country into a string to build Shrestha Bharat.

Bharat Ko Jano is the fruit of Prime Minister’s far sighted thoughts, he added. Chairman of Dukli Panchayat Samiti Ajay Kumar Das, member of NEZCC Subrata Chakrabony, SDM Sada sub-division Axim Saha also delivered their speech in the programme. Welcome speech was delivered by Assistant Director of ICA department Amrit Debbarma.

The programme was presided over by Assistant Head Master of Dr. B.R Ambedkar English Model School Sheela Chakraborty. Artistes from Manipur, Assam, Odisha, Jharkhand, Nagaland and Tripura performed in the cultural programmie.

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