“ Big buildings don’t make a university grand, it is the teachings that do! ”, Education Minister, Assam at Royal Global University.
Chief Guest, Siddhartha Bhattacharya, Minister of Education, Assam unveiled the bust of Bharat Ratna, former President A.P.J Adul Kalam at the Royal Global University. The Ceremony was done in the presence of A.K. Pansari, Chancellor, A.K. Modi, Pro-Chancellor, Prof. Dr. S.P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, Smt. Angira Mimani, Registrar, Ankur Pansari, Executive Vice President, Royal Global University, professors and students. A sapling was planted by the chief guest followed by a mesmerizing Ganesh Vandana and Cheraw Dance performance, by the talented students of the university.
A. K. Pansari, in his welcome speech, lauded the Chief Guest for his dynamism, perseverance and his ability to reach out to the masses. He spoke about the Exodus of students from the Northeast requesting support from the Government to turn this dream into a reality and to work towards integration of the Northeast Region with both the ASEAN and the BBIN countries by conducting various Student Exchange programs in the future.
The gathering was also addressed by Vice Chancellor of RGU, Prof. Dr. S. P. Singh, who shared his experience of having met A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, the great man himself.
The Chief Guest, Siddhartha Bhattacharya too addressed the august gathering by expressing his heart felt gratitude for the privilege and honour of having been invited to unveil the bust of one of his role models. He shared words of wisdom with students about lessons learnt from the life of Prof. Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalaam.
He continued his speech saying that the humility behind the missile man was not only legendary but it came from within the heart. He exemplified the leader for his humility. “Even when he reached the top of India’s ruling class, he still remained a humble man at heart.” he concluded.
Assam’s heart throb Zubeen Garg and his team were also present at Royal Global University for the promotion of his upcoming film ‘Kanchenjunga’.And Jatin Bora was also at RGU to promote ‘Ratnakar’.