Hindu University celebrates its 100th anniversary



Tribune News Service

Amritsar, May 25

Hindu University celebrated its 100th anniversary on Saturday. During the ceremony, the university invited some notable alumni to speak about the university’s heritage.

Tarun Chugh, national secretary of the Bharatiya Janata Party and an alumnus of the university, spoke at the centenary event and reminisced about his time as a student at the university. “What always impresses me is the extraordinary dedication to education of the faculty of Hindu University. When I was there, they went out of their way to help the students. Today, looking around, I am pleased to see that this dedication is still evident in the faculty, undiminished,” he said.

PTU president Sushil Mittal lauded various student-centric initiatives launched by the college, saying, “Hindu College’s ‘Adopt a Student’ initiative is heartening as any philanthropist can help pay the tuition fees of students.”

I pledge to adopt two deserving students who are in financial need and who I myself will support in their education.”

Dr Rakesh Joshi, Chancellor of Hindu University, and Sanjay Khanna, Principal of the university and an alumnus of the university, said:

For any institution, celebrating its 100th anniversary is a proud moment for its stakeholders.

The institution is Hindu University.

Dr Manmohan Singh, Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, cricket legends Bishan Singh Bedi and Madan Lal, two badminton champions and Arjuna Awardees Dinesh Khanna and Davinder Ahuja, as well as Satinder Lambar and

“All the comedy stars were students,” says Dr Sanjay Khanna.

Hindu College is one of the oldest educational institutions in Amritsar, established in 1924 by eminent leaders like the late Gopal Das Bhandari and other prominent philanthropists who were members of the Hindu Sabha. During the period of the nationalist movement, it became a centre of critical thinking nationalists, writers and socialist leaders.

Earlier this year, to mark the 100th anniversary of its founding, Rajya Sabha member Bikramjit Singh Sahni announced a grant of Rs 2.5 million to set up a solar power system at Hindu College.

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