Book release and folk songs mark 50 years of Devki Devi Jain college : The Tribune India

Tribune press service

Ludhiana, April 9

Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Ludhiana celebrated its Golden Jubilee with enthusiasm on Saturday. Judge Arvind Singh Sangwan and his wife Geeta Singh were the main guests of the day. Ashok Prashar, MLA, Ludhiana Central, was the guest of honor on this occasion.

During the event, “Yug Pravartika”, a book on the life and teachings of Devki Devi Jain was released by Judge Arvind Singh Sangwan along with the other guests. Principal Sarita Bahl shared the achievements of the college over the past 50 years. Nand Kumar Jain, President, said he was delighted with the excellent performance of the college over the past 50 years.

Events include a slideshow resurrecting the 50-year journey, Ganesh Vandana, a patriotic dance, choreography on the life and history of Shaheed-e-Aazam Bhagat Singh, a heartfelt tribute to Lata Mangeshkar, and folk dances had place.

Judge Sangwan appreciated the participants and while congratulating the college and the students, he said, “Behan Devki Devi Ji was a great social reformer, but her great contribution in the field of women’s education is still unknown to the world. . »

He advised students to set higher standards and impossible goals for the future, because success lies in achieving goals that seem unachievable.

Ludhiana Central MP Ashok Prashar congratulated the college on its golden jubilee and said he has a long association with this college and field and will contribute to the progress of the institution in every way possible.

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