On the auspicious occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, a program was organized in Shobhit University Meerut on the theme “We care for all because we are one” in association with NextGen Innovation Company with the aim of setting a world record. Whose main purpose is to sanitize household items from corona epidemic and prevent corona virus from spreading in the house. By collecting various parts by the students, a square closed machine was prepared in which the material is sanitized by the ultraviolet ray and the ultraviolet ray present in it automatically kills the bacteria and virus.
The program started with the prayer of Vidya Dayini Maa Saraswati. Expressing his expression, program president Dr. Nidhi Tyagi motivated the children to contribute in social participation along with studies and informed about how the social structure can be strengthened with education. Dr. Nishant Kumar Pathak greeted the guests, academicians and students present in the auditorium on Gandhi Jayanti and described Gandhi’s life struggle and the events that happened in his life in a very interesting way, along with it he also taught the students the strength and ability of non-violence. But expressed his views.
A cleanliness drive was also organized in the university premises on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. Dr. Ajay Rana, Vice Chancellor of Shobhit University, Meerut congratulated all the students for making a world record by collecting various spare parts made by the students and making a world record by making a square closed machine and wishing the present guests and academicians a happy Gandhi Jayanti. Day and not only in India but also in South Africa, the work done by him for the good of the public was presented in a very logical manner.
Along with this, Vice Chancellor Dr. Ajay Rana also informed the people present there about the social work going on at present by Shobhit University Meerut. Dr. Ganesh Bharadwaj, Raman Sharma, Dr. Neeraj Singhal, Dr. Mamta Bansal, Abhinav Pathak, Rajesh Pandey, Prempal, Rohit Vats, Rajeev Kumar, Vijay Maheshwari, contributed to making the program a success.