Republic Day

Republic Day

Republic Day of India is celebrated annually on 26th of January since 1950. It is celebrated by the Indian people all over the India to honor and remember the date on which Indian Constitution came into force. The Constitution of India was adopted on 26th of November in 1949 by the Constituent Assembly. However, it came into effect on 26th of January in 1950. On the same date, the Government of India Act (1935) was replaced as the governing document of India. The Constitution of India came into force with a democratic government system. This date was chosen to adopt the Indian Constitution as Declaration of Indian Independence (means Purna Swaraj) was declared by the Indian National Congress in 1930. Republic Day is a national holiday in India which means a lot to the people of India.
The 69th Republic Day was celebrated enthusiastically by the Staff and Students of Shridhar University. Registrar of Shridhar University  Mr.  Shyam Mandal hoisted the National Flag. All the students and Staff saluted the flag and then sang the National Anthem.  Mr. Shyam Mandal motivated the students by making them aware of the importance of the day. The celebration was focused on diversity, complexities and colors of India. Saffron, white and green were the colors of the day synced with the underlying essence, Patriotism. Various cultural activities and speeches presented by the students showed their devotion for their nation.All the students and staff sang the University Kulgeet.The ceremony ended with Vande Mataram.