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Jamshedpur, Dec 9: The ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’ student exchange programme of Jamshedpur Women’s University (JWU) came to a conclusion on Friday. A programme was organized to mark its conclusion at Kudi Mohanty Auditorium, Jusco School, Kadma. The visiting team of faculties and students from Goa were present on this occasion. The programme was chaired by the Vice Chancellor of JWU, Professor (Dr) Anjila Gupta.
The chief guest of the programme was Chanakya Choudhary, vice president (corporate services), Tata Steel. In his address, he said the history of Tata Steel was the history of industrial development of India. He said the student exchange programme gave an opportunity to get an understanding of various states. He shared many glimpses from 34 years of his work experience at Tata Steel. He said Tata Steel is the first industry of not only India, but also Asia.
“Our country depends on the young general and such programmes afford learning opportunities to the young generation. The youth visiting the city have experienced the industrial history. Round the clock availability of potable water is a benchmark of Tata Steel which ensures living standard,” said Choudhary.
The VC attributed the success of JWU’s student exchange programme to Tata Steel. She said the programme was a great initiative of the Government of India. She said the JWU had got a golden opportunity. In the coming days, JWU students would get a chance to visit Goa, she said.
The programme started with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp. Dr Sanatan Deep and students of music department presented Saranswati Vandana and the university anthem of JWU.