PM Modi Interacts People Delhi Metro Attend Centenary Celebrations Delhi University Watch

Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a ride on the Metro while making his way to attend the closing ceremony of the Delhi University’s (DU) centenary celebrations as the chief guest on Friday morning. The prime minister also interacted with students and fellow metro passengers while travelling to his destination. During the programme, PM Modi will also lay the foundation stone of the Delhi University Computer Centre and the building of the Faculty of Technology, and the academic block which will be built on the North Campus of the University.

PM Modi took a metro ride from Lok Kalyan Marg Metro Station to Vishwa Vidyalaya Metro Station.

Taking to Twitter PM Modi on Thursday wrote “Looking forward to joining the University of Delhi’s centenary celebrations at 11 AM tomorrow, 30th June. As a premier centre of learning, DU has been nurturing talent and fostering intellectual growth for a century. Congratulations to the DU fraternity on this milestone.”

Hindu College, Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar College and Zakir Husain Delhi College have made it compulsory for students and faculty to attend the live telecast of the event.

According to a PTI report, students were requested to attend the ceremony either in-person or virtually. It was suggested earlier that it was compulsory for students to attend the ceremony, however, the Delhi University administration clarified that they have not made attendance compulsory. It added the live telecast is arranged so that those who cannot make it to the event can watch the same.

Some of the guidelines issued by Delhi University colleges for the live telecast of the varsity’s centenary celebrations include no black dresses, compulsory attendance and suspension of classes between 10 am to 12 pm.

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