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International Peace Day

Akhnoor, 21 September, 2010: Govt Degree College Akhnoor celebrates the International Day of Peace at college here today.  The Red Cross and the N.S.S. Units of College organized and hosted the event initiated by United Nations on September 21, 1981 and took it to a nearby hamlet by organizing a peace rally. Hundreds of students especially Red Cross and NSS volunteers, staff members both teaching and non-teaching, Heads of various Departments and Officers in-charge of Red Cross, N.S.S. and N.C.C units of college took part in this rally.

 “Give Peace a chance”, Peace is beautiful, war is ugly”, “Peace is the key to prosperity” were some of the slogans accompanying this year’s observance focusing on youth and development, under the slogan: “Peace = Future.”

Principal of College, Dr. (Mrs) Kaushal Smotra who was heading the rally, in her address asserted upon the students and younger generation to play a more active role in bringing peace and tolerance in the world that is full of conflicts and

misunderstandings. “You can be the ambassadors of peace and co-existence for future generations”, she said.  

Dr. M. Ashaq Malik, Officer in-charge, Red Cross Unit at College, and a peace worker briefed the participants about the essence of organizing a peace promoting event at college, one of biggest amongst newly established Colleges in state with about 1500 students, whereas Prof. Rohini Jamwal, officer in-charge NSS  presented vote of thanks. The participants especially students were also served a light refreshment.




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