July 3, 2012 admin

Sikandar SinghMaluka inaugurated the newly constructed Shri Guru TeTegh Bahaduyr Bhawan at P.U. Campus

CHANDIGARH- July 03, 2012: The Education Minister of Punjab Govt., S. Sikandar SinghMaluka inaugurated the newly constructed Shri Guru TeTegh Bahaduyr Bhawan at P.U. Campus
here today.  In his inaugural address he expressed that our country lags behind other
developed countries in the world due to lack of awareness among the people and the
political errors committed by the different Governments. He insisted that there should
be a tie up between education system and the industry so that the student is able to
find his earning even after completing the school Education.
S. Maluka also emphasized the great sacrifice made by Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur  and said
that in  no other religion in the world  any sacrifice has been made to safeguard the
interest  of other religion and culture  He announced the grant of Rs. Five Lac to the
Shri Guru Tegh Bhadur  Bhawan.  He said that the govt. owns the responsibility to frame
appropriate policies so that the state and the country as a whole progress.
While welcoming the Education Minister, Vice-Chancellor Prof. R. C. Sobti elaborated the
efforts made out in completing the major project of constructing
Shri  Guru Tegh Bahadur Bhawan. He highlighted the objective of integrating Punjabi
Language and Culture, with various relevant Chairs existed in the University at one
place under the leadership of Prof. Jaspal Kaur Kaang, Chairperson Deptt. of Guru Nanak
Sikh Studies.
Dr. Jaspal Kaur Kaang emphasized the secular spirit of Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji, the
ninth Guru of Sikhs after whose name the Bhawan has been setup. She further said the
supreme sacrifice made by the Guru to protect the religious freedom of any community has
earned him the title of ‘Hind Di Chaddr’. She also said that the dream project of
Vice-Chancellor has been completed today.
    Prof. B.S. Ghuman, Dean Faculty of Arts proposed a vote of thanks to not only
dignitaries, organizers, voluntaries who designed  the architecture plan of the building
but each and everyone including the manual laborer  especially women who contributed
their bit in the building of the Bhawan. There was an overwhelming response from the
University faculty in spite of the summer vacation, Dr. Jaspal Kaur Kaang informed.

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