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Global Business School & Research Centre

Cultural Exchange under the mission of AICTE 'Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat

Sunday, June 28, 2020 |Zoom app |Events


Dr. D.Y. Patil Vidyapeeth’s Global Business School & Research Centre hosted an online event 'Cultural Exchange' on 28th June 2020 at 11.30 am, under the mission of AICTE 'Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat (EBSB)' matrix between the state of Maharashtra and Odisha,. This was witnessed by the entire faculty fraternity and students of C.V. Raman College of Engineering, Bhubaneshwar, and Global Business School & Research Centre, Pune.
The session started with a welcome note by Prof. Anu Alex (Asst. Professor-GBSRC) reinstating the objective for the meet, to instil the spirit of national integration through the deep and structured engagement by showcasing the rich culture, heritage, and traditions of the state of Maharashtra and Odisha. Students of GBSRC Ms. Snehal Kalokhe and Ms. Aishwarya Shelar presented on Maharashtra culture which was followed by the presentation on Odisha culture by Mr. Subhakant Pati, student of C.V. Raman College of Engineering. Students presented distinct mix of cultures through presentation including the tradition, language, custom, religious places, monuments, history, landscape, industries, famous places, cuisines etc. emphasising to address the state of Maharashtra as ‘land of warriors’ and state of Odisha as ‘land of holy temples’. C.V Raman College of Engineering was headed by Dr. Soumya Mishra, EBSB coordinator along with other colleagues.
This was followed by an interactive forum where the students discussed several other dimensions of culture which could not get covered during the presentation. It created a friendly environment as a celebration, fostering the learning between the students for national integration. The session concluded at 1.30 pm with vote of thanks by Ms. Akanksha Mehta, faculty GBSRC. Each and every participant appreciated the efforts taken by both the institutes who even though belonged to entirely different states but still united and exchanged valuable information and knowledge about the diverse cultures.

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