Vishwakarma university celebrated the Indian Constitution Day on 24th Nov, 2017 between 12:00 to 1:15 p.m.
Constitution Day (National Law Day), also known as Samvidhan Diva, is celebrated in India on 26 November every year to commemorate the adoption of Constitution of India. On 26 November 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India, and it came into effect on 26 January 1950.
As per the Department of Education and Literacy, the preamble of the constitution has to be read in all schools by all students. Through lectures, quizzes, essay competitions etc. the Department has requested various universities to spread the importance of the Constitution. Thus in Lieu of Indian Constitution day, the Students of Bachelors of Business Management (BBA) of the Vishwakarma University celebrated on 24th Nov 2017, to commemorate the spirit of the day.
The students put up charts in the eventorium of the university where most of the students and faculty members could in the passing read the various aspects of Constitution starting with the Preamble. Followed by the Preamble were the Fundamental Rights, Fundamental duties, Directive Principles of State and the Union and its Territory. Detailed charts to educate one and all in the campus were displayed with lot of enthusiasm.
Students Read out the Preamble and explained the importance of Fundamental Rights and Duties. Importantly the Directive Principles of State which is gaining more and more importance was also put up for discussion by the students. Faculty members encouraged the students by visiting all the charts and enquiring about each aspect put up by them. Some of faculty members were kind enough to enrich the students with added knowledge and understanding. Students also put up the photos of the great men and women who were the authors of the Constitution.
The class also made presentation through Street Play on a very important topic of Woman Empowerment. The street play fundamentally dealt with the current situation faced by Indian woman in various parts of the country. It spoke about the social fabric and the quest of woman to break the norms and set themselves free. It showcased how woman today are understanding their fundamental rights in this vast nation and how they are ready to fight against the social stigma keeping them bounded. It was a powerful and spellbinding performance by the young students who are the voice of the Nation. Their understanding of the need of change was definitely inspiring and commendable.
Thus the Constitution day was celebrated with extreme reverence and remembrance of the great Men and Woman who drafted a Constitution that was defined by a noble and expansive philosophy and generation next is taking it further in spirit and word.