Jagran Correspondent, Kurukshetra: Statue of Swami Vivekananda will be installed in Kurukshetra University and Jind University. Efforts have been intensified for this.
The Vice Chancellor of Kurukshetra University, Prof. Somnath Sachdeva gave this information on the eve of National Youth Day. He said that the life and teachings of Swami Vivekananda have inspired millions of people across the world. The day has been declared on 12 January as National Youth Day in honor of the great philosopher Swami Vivekananda. Since 1985, this day is celebrated as National Youth Day all over India. Pro. Sachdeva said that Swami Vivekananda wanted that we should give such education to the youth, so that their character, mental development, intelligence is developed and they can stand on their own feet. We should imbibe his teachings in our lives. Only concentration is necessary for the attainment of knowledge. The Vice Chancellor said that the statue of Swami Vivekananda would soon be installed in Kurukshetra University and Jind University. We have to make the youth aware and take new steps in the society.
Camp organized for awareness of poverty alleviation plan
Jagran Correspondent, Kurukshetra: District Legal Services Authority secretary and CJM Dushyant Chaudhary said that an awareness camp was organized to spread awareness on the poverty alleviation scheme 2015. Panel Advocate Jaswinder Pal Singh played the role of Resource Person in the camp.
He said that there is no consensus among scientists on the definition of poverty. Poverty is a specific problem. Which varies with time and place. In fact, there can be no single definition of poverty and poverty. According to sociologists, a section of the society is deprived of food, clothing and housing due to some fault. In other words, when a section of the society is not able to supply the essential needs, then it is called the class below the poverty line. Absolute poverty means that if a person is unable to raise money for food, clothes, house, treatment and education, then he will be called really poor or poor.