Mathura: Sanskriti University held its 3rd convocation on its own campus. On this auspicious occasion, guest of honour, Brajesh Pathak, Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh delivered the convocation speech. Guests of honor were Yogendra Upadhyay, Minister, Department of Higher Education, Science and Technology, Electronics and Information Technology, Government of Uttar Pradesh, Dr (Prof.) Girish Chandra Tripathi (Chairman, State Higher Education Council, Uttar Pradesh) and Prof. Gennady Burbulis, Philosopher, Russia. The University awarded degrees to graduates in the years 2020 and 2021.
During the Convocation, 2,205 degrees and diplomas were awarded to graduate students. Academic achievement in their respective fields was recognized at the convocation with gold, silver and bronze medals. The Vice-Chancellor, Tanmay Goswami, presented the annual report.
In his brief convocation speech, Brajesh Pathak, Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, said, “I warmly congratulate all graduate students of Sanskriti University. As you have all graduated, now being self-reliant, you all have to demonstrate that you have all the capabilities for the future of India. No one will ever be able to harm this country of which the youth is capable. Also, he added, Sanskriti University has reached a milestone in education in just five years. Here I congratulate the founders, administrators and students. I want to assure all students that the government of Uttar Pradesh will always be on their side.
Guest of honour, Yogendra Upadhyay, Minister of Department of Higher Education, Science and Technology, Electronics and Information Technology, Government of Uttar Pradesh, said: “We must walk alone to our destination, and when we do so with courage, many people join us. us.” Referring to Swami Vivekananda’s statement, he spoke of the importance of education for human life. He praised the University of Sanskriti for the way it organizes its education system.
Dr (Prof) Girish Chandra Tripathi, Chairman of the State Board of Higher Education, Uttar Pradesh, said: “Nation building does not happen overnight. It is generated by sincere, character-driven people who instill in them a sense of loyalty and character.
RK Gupta, President of the University of Sanskriti Group, said, “The University of Sanskriti convocations have always been uplifting events, and we wish our graduates every success in life. I believe that our students are not only graduates but also ambassadors of Sanskriti University. Their choices will shape their future and I hope they live their lives to the fullest. Moreover, he added that time is precious to everyone and the only way to succeed in life is to make the most of it by working hard.
University graduates took the pledge, shared their experiences, and praised Sankriti University’s perfect blend of educational and extracurricular environments.