UGC Appeal – All Universities Organize World Sanskrit Day Program

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Updated Sat, 01 Aug 2020 12:58 PM IST

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The University Grants Commission (UGC) has appealed to organize World Sanskrit Day in all universities. A letter has been written by the UGC Secretary Rajneesh Jain to the registrants of the universities of the country. In which all universities have been asked to organize World Sanskrit Day related events. It has also been requested to celebrate ‘Sanskrit Week Celebration’. The letter has been written to the universities by the UGC on July 30.

What is the whole matter?
It has been said in the letter from the UGC that the group of Sanskrit universities has decided to celebrate World Sanskrit Day as a ‘Sanskrit Week Celebration’ from 31 July to 6 August. In such a situation, the UGC also requests all universities to celebrate World Sanskrit Day. The group of Sanskrit Universities has requested other universities to celebrate ‘Sanskrit Week Celebration’. Significantly, this year, World Sanskrit Day will be celebrated on 3 August on Rakhi.

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To celebrate World Sanskrit Day, Sanskrit Week Celebration has also started. Competitions will be held online for the whole week. Celebrations are also going on in online mode. Significantly, due to the global corona epidemic, all schools and colleges across the country are closed at this time. In such a situation, programs of this event are being done online in Sanskrit Universities. The programs include reading stories, song competitions and poetry recitation in Sanskrit for students of Acharya level and Shastri level.

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World Sanskrit Day is being celebrated on the day of Raksha Bandhan since 1969. World Sanskrit Day is celebrated on the full moon day of Shravan month and there are many programs.

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has appealed to organize World Sanskrit Day in all universities. A letter has been written by the UGC Secretary Rajneesh Jain to the registrants of the universities of the country. In which all universities have been asked to organize World Sanskrit Day related events. It has also been requested to celebrate ‘Sanskrit Week Celebration’. The letter has been written to the universities by the UGC on July 30.

What is the whole matter?

It has been said in the letter from the UGC that the group of Sanskrit universities has decided to celebrate World Sanskrit Day as a ‘Sanskrit Week Celebration’ from 31 July to 6 August. In such a situation, the UGC also requests all universities to celebrate World Sanskrit Day. The group of Sanskrit Universities has requested other universities to celebrate ‘Sanskrit Week Celebration’. Significantly, this year, World Sanskrit Day will be celebrated on 3 August on Rakhi.

Also read: Know when the new National Education Policy will be implemented in Karnataka? Education minister said this important thing

To celebrate World Sanskrit Day, Sanskrit Week Celebration has also started. Competitions will be held online for the whole week. Celebrations are also going on in online mode. Significantly, due to the global corona epidemic, all schools and colleges across the country are closed at this time. In such a situation, programs of this event are being done online in Sanskrit Universities. The programs include reading stories, song competitions and poetry recitation in Sanskrit for students of Acharya level and Shastri level.

ALSO READ- NEP 2020: Easy language and understand new education policy through these 10 questions

World Sanskrit Day is being celebrated on the day of Raksha Bandhan since 1969. World Sanskrit Day is celebrated on the full moon day of Shravan month and there are many programs.

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