President Murmu Champions Youth Role in Nation-Building at Central University of Jharkhand’s Third Convocation


GG News Bureau
Ranchi, 28th Feb. 
President Droupadi Murmu graced and addressed the third convocation of the Central University of Jharkhand in Ranchi on Wednesday.

Addressing the gathering, President Murmu emphasized the pivotal role of youth as India’s greatest asset and capital, highlighting the nation’s burgeoning young population. She projected India’s ascent to become the world’s third-largest economy by 2030 and reiterated the commitment to transform India into a developed nation by 2047, setting a visionary target for the country’s progress.

President Murmu reminded the graduating students of their dual responsibility: to carve out a successful life for themselves and to actively contribute to nation-building and societal development. She urged them to pledge towards fostering prosperity and harmony, ensuring the dignified existence of every individual in society, and extending the benefits of their endeavors to marginalized sections.

Expressing her deep connection with Jharkhand and its tribal communities, President Murmu praised their sustainable lifestyle and emphasized the importance of learning from indigenous traditions to address contemporary challenges like climate change.

The President commended the Central University of Jharkhand for its commitment to environmental sustainability, noting the incorporation of green architecture principles in the campus design. She applauded the university’s initiatives to preserve and promote local cultural heritage, particularly the rich traditions of tribal societies, through dedicated centers for language, literature, and music.

In conclusion, President Murmu lauded the university’s efforts in preserving and propagating Indian culture, underscoring the significance of nurturing and celebrating the diverse heritage of the nation, particularly that of tribal communities.

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