Bhopal: Amity University, Madhya Pradesh, commenced operations in 2011 and completed a decade of its ‘march towards excellence’ this year. To commemorate this journey, The University celebrated its 11th Raising Day.
Congratulating the Amity University Madhya Pradesh on its 11th Raising Day, Hon’ble Minister of Higher Education Govt of MP , Dr Mohan Yadav, Chief Guest on the occasion, praised the achievements and good efforts of Amity and called upon higher educational institutions to implement NEP, which has laid emphasis on the Indian traditions and values that need to be inculcated amongst students while providing the modern techniques of education. Our old values will be revived through NEP and youth play a major role in contributing to the success of NEP” , said the Hon’ble minister. He called upon Amity University to introduce new courses, promote student’s talent and come forward in the area of education with new initiatives and researches. He expressed his confidence in Amity university to be amongst the top 100 universities of the world in the near future.
Addressing the students of Amity University MP, Dr Ashok K Chauhan, Founder President, Amity Group of Institutions, encouraged students to think, innovate and contribute to the nation building. He said, “students have ample opportunities in the area of research and with determination, students can bring laurels to the country. Talking on the establishment of Centre of excellence for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Mitigation established at AUMP, Dr Chauhan said that this is the first centre of its kind in India which will help research and innovation in these areas benefitting the country’s progress in a larger way.
Dr. Bharat Sharan Singh, Chairman, Madhya Pradesh Private University, Regulatory Commission said this kind of celebration is very important and remarkable moment for every university. He congratulated Amity Madhya Pradesh for successful completion of 11 years.
Dr. Mrs. Amita Chauhan, Chairperson – Amity International Schools appreciated the performances of students of Amity School Gwalior and said, “we want to give education with traditional values and modern facilities. Quoting a shloka of Sanskrit, she said students should respect parents, teachers and elders which increases their life, wisdom, intelligence and happiness”. She motivated students to work hard with honesty and said, life is challenge and one should accept that with a smile.
Dr. Aseem Chauhan, Chancellor – Amity university MP thanked the Honourable minister for his presence who has encouraged the students of AUMP to march ahead. “Our universities are working in the areas of societal upliftment and our aim is to ensure that students are satisfied, all should get jobs and research and innovation goes hand in hand for which we have to work harder to be able to make our position in top 100 ranking institutions globally” .
On this occasion, a Research Commemorative Brochure “A Decade of March Towards Excellence” was also released by the Honourable Minister. 52 students were also awarded with Certificates of Merit to the toppers of 2020-21 batch. Alumni of AUMP present on the occasion, appreciated and thanked Amity for providing them with ample opportunities for placement and guiding them towards a successful career