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Karim City College Jamshedpur to host photo exhibition on Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav


Jamshedpur, Dec 19: In a bid to showcase the events highlighting the role of freedom fighters in the freedom movement, Central Bureau of Communication (CBC), Gumla, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India, in association with the Mass Communication Department, Karim City College, is all set to organise a three-day Photo-Exhibition and Awareness programme under Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav at Karim City College from Tuesday. An awareness van based on the celebration was also flagged-off from the college campus.  

Addressing a press meet, Akhil Kumar Mishra, Additional Director General, PIB Ranchi, Gaurav Pushkar, College Principal Dr. Mohammad Riaz, Dr Neha Tiwari, Professor Incharge Department of Mass Communication, Karim City College, Mahvish Rahman, Field & Publicity Officer, Central Bureau of Communication Ministry of 1&B, Govt of India and Gaurav Pushkar, publicity officer, CBC, Daltonganj said that the exhibition is designed to showcase the freedom struggle of India through a series of photo exhibits and to celebrate Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat.

The aim of the exhibition is to remind the citizens of the value of freedom and sacrifices made by the freedom fighters to secure the future of the nation. The photographs of Mahatma Gandhi, Sardar Patel, Subash Chandra Bose and other prominent leaders during various events of freedom struggle reveal the history in a nutshell to the present young generation.

Around 200 photographs including some rare photographs obtained from the Photo Division of Govt of India will be put up in the exhibition.

Special section in the exhibition will be dedicated to FIT India, Khelo India and Seva Sushasan Garib Kalyan for awareness of the masses especially the young ones. The photo exhibition will be inaugurated by deputy commissioner Vijaya Jadhav, and Kolhan University vice chancellor, Gangadhar Panda.

He went on to add that the country is celebrating Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav to pay tribute to the martyrs and to make the masses aware of their contribution. He also said that the government is taking various developmental initiatives for the people and through this kind of exhibition the common masses will be more aware of the programmes and policies of the government. There will be a separate section on tribal heroes of Jharkhand.

Dr Neha Tiwari said that this is a part of a series of similar pan-India awareness campaigns by the Central Bureau of Communication. Apart from the Photo Exhibition, the awareness programme will involve a number of competitions and activities.

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