The Chief Minister of Haryana is the first student of the Japanese language course at Kurukshetra University – Times of India

Kurukshetra: Haryana Chief Minister (CM) Manohar Lal Khattar on Thursday announced that he will be the first student to be admitted to Kurukshetra University (KU) to take a Japanese language course.

A large number of physical and online alumni from more than 21 countries were speaking as chief guests at the KU Alumni Reconciliation: Alumni Reunion 2021 organized by the KU Alumni Association (KUKKA) on Thursday.

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Khattar said that alumni of an organization are like charioteers who will show the way and lead the development and growth of an organization. He said that since its inception in 19556, Kurukshetra University has set new records in every field in the last five years including education, research, sports, cultural activities and social service. Alumni have played an important role in achieving this.

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KU has played an important role in making education easily available in all departments and regions in the state of Haryana and across the country. Its credit goes to the very large and distinguished alumni of KU and the teachers, officers and staff of the University and the students of the University.

On the occasion, Chief Minister Manohar Lal also unveiled a souvenir of KU Alumni Association. He inaugurated a multi-purpose sports hall at KU and launched the KG-to-PG scheme at the university under the new Education Policy (NEP) 2020. In addition, he will launch an online certificate course in Japanese, BBA Honors and M Tech Defense Technology during the 2021-22 academic year. He also launched a jingle for Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. It was here that the Haryana Chief Minister announced that he was the first student to be admitted to an online certificate course in Japanese.

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CM Khattar called upon all the alumni of KU to play a leading role in the growth of their alma mater and the state of Haryana.

He said it was a matter of pride that the foundation stone of KU was laid by the first President of India, Shri Rajendra Prasad on January 11, 2015. The history of this huge temple of education itself is incomparable. In this journey, the university has played a pioneering role in empowering rural youth, women, exploited and disadvantaged sections of the society through education. Over time, KU has made its mark nationally and internationally as a multidisciplinary organization. As the first A-plus grade university in Haryana, KU has gained a uniqueness in the state and the country, said the Haryana Chief Minister.

Vice-Chancellor of KU, Prof. Som Nath Sachdev thanked the Governor-K-K-Chancellor of Haryana Bandaru Dattatreya for blessing him with his message.

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Professor Som Nath said, “Alumni are our invaluable heritage. KU was established in 1956 as a Sanskrit University. Over time, Kurukshetra University has made its mark nationally and internationally as a multidisciplinary institution. By becoming the first A-plus grade university in Haryana, KU has gained a reputation in the state of Haryana and across the country. Our alumni carry the flag of KU nationally and internationally. We are proud of our alumni. Alumni play an important role in the development and quality of any institution.

Professor Manjula Chowdhury, President of the Alumni Association and Dean of Academic Affairs, spoke about the Alumni Association. He said giving a platform to alumni is a priority of Kurukshetra University. In collaboration with the alumni, we can continue to contribute to the overall development of the University.

Prof. Anil Mittal, Director, KU Alumni Association, thanked the Chief Minister of Haryana for all the distinguished guests, alumni, media personnel and alumni connected online from home and abroad.

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On this occasion, a large number of prominent alumni and KUs, as well as other university officials attended the function offline and online.

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