International Mother Tongue Day

February 21st - 2023

The International Mother Tongue Day was celebrated by the University to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and to raise awareness about the importance of preserving and promoting mother tongues. The event was held in the University multipurpose hall and was attended by the students, faculty members, and the management.

The highlight of the event was the presence of the Vice-Chancellor and the Deans as the chief guests. They gave inspiring speeches, sharing their experiences and insights about the significance of mother tongues and the need to preserve them. They emphasized the role of universities in promoting linguistic and cultural diversity and in creating an inclusive and multicultural society.

The ceremony concluded with a vote of thanks by the Registrar, who thanked the Vice-Chancellor, Deans, faculty members, and staff for their participation in the event. The attendees were then served refreshments, and the event ended on a high note.