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Campus comes alive on foundation day

The Open Air Theatre (OAT) at Shoolini University came alive after seven months of lockdown during the Foundation Day celebrations held on Friday. Several interesting programmes and activities were organised to mark the day.

The Open Air Theatre (OAT) at Shoolini University came alive after seven months of lockdown during the Foundation Day celebrations held on Friday. Several interesting programmes and activities were organised to mark the day.

The main event began with an address by Vice-Chancellor Prof PK Khosla. Expressing happiness at the rapid strides of progress made since the university’s inception, Prof Khosla drew a roadmap for the future. He congratulated the staff and faculty members, spurring them on to remain united during the difficult situation of COVID-19.

The event was attended by Pro-Chancellor Mr. Satish Anand, President of the Shoolini Foundation for Life Sciences and Business Management, Mrs. Saroj Khosla, and trustees including, Mr. Ashok Anand and Mrs. Nishtha Shukla Anand. Pro-Vice-Chancellor Prof Atul Khosla was also present. 

President and CEO Mr. Vishal Anand thanked all those who had contributed to the university’s growth. Shoolini University, he said, was founded to provide quality education, affordable education, and research-based education to all the students of India. The founding fathers of the university wanted to create a unique learning environment, and ample opportunities, where students from across the nation could come together to push their boundaries.

The eventful day concluded with a cultural programme where staff members performed Natti. Vikrant Chauhan and Nadish performed on the Guitar. Later, Dr. Nitika Thakur gave a beautiful solo dance performance. Dr. Lalit sang a Himachali song, which was highly appreciated. The poem, ‘Mann Chidiya Sa Udta Jaay’, presented by Mr. Ankur proved a great hit.  

Everyone greatly enjoyed the cricket match organised between Vice- Chancellor’s Eleven and Registrar’s Warriors. The winners were Vice-Chancellor’s Eleven. The cricket match was successfully coordinated by Vikrant Chauhan, Assistant Professor, Physical Education.

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