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Chhattisgarh: National Conference on ‘Mahatma Gandhi and Swaraj’ Concludes

RAIPUR: The two day National Conference on ‘Mahatma Gandhi and Swaraj’ organized by Public Relation Society of India (PRSI) Raipur Chapter concludes on October 20, 2019.

The Chief Guest of the valedictory session G.R. Churendra (IAS) Raipur Commissioner & Vice-Chancellor, Kushabhau Thakre University of Journalism and Mass Communication, Raipur said, “The Swaraj of Gandhi Ji obey the principle of Global Village”. Churendra stressed on reading of Gandhi’s live history to understand his Philosophy of Swaraj, to achieve Factual Swaraj we need to save our water, forest and land. Addressing the august gathering as special guest Dr. Girish Kant Pandey, Registrar, Pt.RSU said “we should remember both Ba and Bapu both.”

In his presidential address Prof. L.S. Nigam, Vice-Chancellor, ICFAI University Raipur focus on three points Gandhi was both leader and a Saint, Comparison of Subhas & Gandhi, Swadesh and Swaraj. He explain the meaning of Swa as welfare of all. “Gandhiji says never obey my first words, always obey my last word” Prof. Nigam added in his speech.

Prof. (Dr.) Sanjeev Bhanabat, Dr. Sudheer Sharma, Dr. Ajit Pathak, Dr. Gopa Bagchi and Dr. Shrikant Singh were among the distinguished guests of the valedictory session.

The conference report was presented by Dr. Sahid Ali President, PRSI Raipur Chapter. Delegates from public relation, mass media, and media academicians from all across the country participated in the conference. A total of forty research paper presented in three different technical sessions. The Guest and Organizer felicitate all the paper presenter and participant in the valedictory session.

The vote of thanks was delivered by Prof. (Dr.) R.K. Brahme where in Sanjeev Sharma (Secretary PRSI-R) and Dr. Rajendra Mohanty (Treasurer, PRSI-R) and all members of PRSI Raipur Chapter were present in the Conference.

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