President Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday introduced the Mahayogi Gorakhnath Vishwavidyalaya at Sonbarsa here and communicated certainty that the varsity will deliver understudies who will contribute to building a solid and confident India.
The university runs under the Maharana Pratap Siksha Parishad of Goraksha Peeth.
Prior to the day, the president had additionally established the framework stone of Ayush university at Pipri.
Talking subsequent to introducing the university, Kovind noticed that he was certain that the Mahayogi Gorakhnath University “would prepare such knowledgeable students who would contribute in building a self-reliant, strong and healthy India”.
He likewise discussed the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 and how it conceives that education should construct character.
The NEP likewise follows the philosophy of Swami Vivekananda that education ought to advance mental force, improve the psyche and furthermore empower an individual to remain on his feet, he said.
One of the destinations of NEP is to work on the educational program and instructional method of our foundations and furthermore to make mindfulness among the understudies about their basic obligations and protected qualities just as their jobs and obligations as residents in the evolving scene, he noted.
Kovind likewise communicated certainty that the new university would lead work creating courses keeping in see the need of great importance notwithstanding courses in Yoga, Ayurveda, clinical education, advanced education, and specialized education, and would empower undeniable level exploration.
He trusted that it would likewise run professional education and expertise advancement courses for the understudies.
The president added that the Goraksha Peeth has been assuming a significant part in the socio-strict arousing of India for quite a long time.
“During India’s freedom movement, this Peeth had played an important role in the political awakening, and even now it is working for public service, education, and medical service,” he noted.