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Poetry evening organised at Graphic Era on State Formation Day


By Our Staff Reporter

Bhimtal, 10 Nov: The Formation Day of Uttarakhand was celebrated with great enthusiasm at the Graphic Era Hill University campus, here. On this occasion, different hues of Garhwali and Kumaoni culture were seen at the musical eve. Dr Kamal Ghansala, President of Graphic Era Educational Group, said that Graphic Era had opened a new path of development and prosperity by establishing three campuses in the last ten years to make professional education accessible in state.
The musical evening started late in the evening. During the event, Dr Kamal Ghansala rendered many songs which made the audience dance to the melody.
On this occasion, Dr Ghansala reminded that Graphic Era had opened university campuses in Dehradun, Bhimtal and Haldwani with a huge investment in the last ten years which had contributed to the development of Uttarakhand. Hundreds of people had been given direct employment, while thousands had received it indirectly. These campuses focus on quality and professional education for the bright future of the students. Every year, a large number of students are being selected from these campuses by the major companies abroad and pan India, which has spread happiness in their families and faraway villages.
He also stated that after the founding of Uttarakhand state, Graphic Era had taken the initiative to open universities in the hill areas. It also gives 25 percent discount to all the students from the state, which has became an inspiration for others. The construction of a huge hospital in Dehradun is in the final stages. This is a new and humble extension of Graphic Era’s field of service.
Garhwali and Kumaoni cultural songs were very much liked at the musical eve. Dr Manoj Lohani, Divas Tiwari, James Kunjwal, Poonam Ojha and Amrish Sharma also lavished praise. Teachers of the university’s Haldwani campus also participated in the late night function.