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Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat


Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat

Details Available on https://www.india.gov.in/spotlight/ek-bharat-shreshtha-bharat 

2017-2018

Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat or One India Great India Program was initiated by our Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi on October 31, 2015 to mark the Birth Anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel – The Iron Man of India. 
  • An Audio-visual presentation on the Culture and Tourism of Sikkim was organized on January 22, 2018 by Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat Committee. The Chief Guest for the day were, Mr. Ashwani Kumar Chand, Resident Commissioner, Govt. of Sikkim and Mrs. Monalisa Dash, Additional Resident Commissioner, Sikkim House, Govt. of Sikkim graced the occasion as the Guest of Honour. The event emphasised that this initiative by the Prime Minister of India was a great start to inculcate national integration amongst students. Through an AV presentation the rich cultural heritage and lifestyle of one of the most prosperous state of North East India i. e. Sikkim was depicted through the various dance forms of Sikkim like Maruni dance, Bhutanese dance and Ranka dance. 
  • Mr. Ashwani Kumar Chand and Mrs. Monalisa Dash enlightened the audience regarding the state of Sikkim. Mr. Chand talked about Sikkim being the first fully organic state of India, having the highest per capita income next to Delhi and Chandigargh, cleanest markets, good civic sense of citizens, full ban on polyethene bags, best traffic management system etc. The program was also aired on DD National under the flagship of Good Evening India on February 5, 2018.

2016-2017

The ―Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat Programme‖ desired by Govt. is to celebrate the cultural vibrancy of India while establishing a concrete mechanism to inculcate nationalism and cultural awareness among the fellow citizens of our nation. The college organized this pogramme during March, 2017 with focus on two partner states (Sikkim and Assam). Three major attractions of the event were:

  • Literary event held on 27th March 2017, apprised the audience with its motto of intending to bring about the unity and integrity of the country as a whole, for a holistic development of the country. It was followed by a lecture related to Assamese Literature titled ―Bidrohini Chandraprabha: Retelling the story of a rebel‖ by Olimpika Oja, Editor, Oxford Press. The lecture focused on culture and tradition of Assam with special reference to a strong woman Chandraprabha who brought big social change for women in Assam.
  • Tourism, culture and natural resource day of the states of Assam and Sikkim was observed on 29th March 2017. Audio-visual presentation was given on tourist places , culture , traditions, handicrafts, temples, tea gardens, rivers, heritage buildings etc flora and fauna and other natural resources for the sister states of Assam and Sikkim .A documentary related to Majauli, the largest river island of Asia, Kaziranga National Park and the preservance of Vaishnavism was also screened. The pamphlets and posters of various tourists‘ places, guide maps for travel were placed for ready reference of the students and teachers.
  • On 30th March, Assam and Sikkim Emporium (The state units) put up an exhibition of Handicrafts and Handloom products from these states e.g. Mekhla chadar, Muga Silk Sarees and handloom products of Assam. The exhibition was a big hit amongst the students, faculty members and non-teaching staff.