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Sambalpur University Celebrates 30th Convocation Ceremony

Sambalpur:29/11/19: The 30th convocation ceremony of Sambalpur University in Burla has been organised today. In this occasion, Odisha Governor Prof Ganeshi Lal, Principal Secretary to the PMO, Pramod Kumar Mishra were present as the guest of honour.

Addressing the meeting, Mishra said ” My dear students, so many of you have received undergraduate, masters and doctoral degrees, awards and medals today. I congratulate each and every one of you. This is an important milestone in your life, which you must cherish and celebrate. At the same time, however, you must look to the future, to the accomplishment of many more such milestones, building further on this foundational one”.

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“Many of you will be leaving the university on completion of your course. When you do so, you take with you much more than your marks or degrees. You take with you years of learning. I am sure, you learned as much outside your classrooms as you did inside. Interactions with your teachers, nonteaching staff, your peers, and even guests would have left lasting impressions. Cherish these interactions and bonds,” he said.

Odisha governor, Prof Lal congratulated the scholars and the students of the University and wished them for their future academic journey.

The convocation ceremony was attended by Prof Deepak Behera, Vice-Chancellor, members of the Senate, Syndicate and Academic Council, members of faculty and staff other distinguished guests, parents and students of the varsity.

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