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Govt College of Education celebrates 60th convocation, 250 students get degrees

Around 250 B.Ed and M.Ed students were conferred with degrees at the convocation ceremony.

By: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 6, 2016 5:54:42 am
govmn Students celebrate after receiving their degrees at the convocation ceremony, in Chandigarh on Tuesday. Jasbir Malhi

The 60th annual convocation of Government College of Education in Sector 20 was organised on Tuesday in the presence of Chandigarh Administrator and Governor of Punjab and Haryana Kaptan Singh Solanki.

Around 250 B.Ed and M.Ed students were conferred with degrees at the convocation ceremony. Professor Kaptan Singh Solanki presided over the convocation, with Director of Higher Education Jitender Yadav as the Guest of Honour on the occasion. College principal Dr Harsh Batra read out the annual report of the college and highlighted the achievements of the institution in various fields. She also highlighted the efforts of the faculty, students and other staff members of the college in furthering and fulfilling the educational objectives of the college.

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Professor Solanki, while delivering the convocation address, congratulated the graduating students. He motivated the young teachers to fortify the virtues of high character, discipline, honesty and integrity in order to justify themselves to their endeavour of choosing this noble profession. He said that teachers have a special obligation to encourage the pursuit of learning and all round development of pupils for improvement of the education system.

The fifth annual issue of research journal ‘The ‘Educational Beacon’ was also released on this occasion by the Chief Guest.






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