Canal South Road, Beliaghata, Kolkata – 700015,

West Bengal, INDIA

Details of the programme:
Date: 26th November, 2022
Time: 11:30am
Venue: Google Meet

Attending Faculty members:
1) Dr. Tathagata Deb
2) Dr. Sadhan Kumar Dey
3) Arup Kumar Bhattacharjee
4) Dr. Sangita Aggarwal
5) Monika Singh

Attending Students:

1) Deepanshu Deep
2) Abhishikta Dey
3) Aditya Roy
4) Akasdeep Mondal
5) Anirban Kar
6) Arnoraj Sarkar
7) Sagnik Banerjee
8) Bikram Dutta
9) Binit Kumar Sen
10) Bratati  Basu
11) Chandrima Das
12) Dibakar Banerjee
13) Dibyashree Das
14) Harsh Jaiswal
15) Hirak Sabui
16) Javed Sharma
17) Jeet Roy
18) Samadrita Nag
19) Nikiza Biswas
20) Sambhabi Das
21) Sarbojit Ghosh
22) Sayan Biswas
23) Sayan Chakraborty
24) Sebantika Guin
25) Sneha Roy
26) Sohini Banerjee
27) Soumadip Patra
28) Srabany Biswas
29) Srijon Ghosh
30) Sunanda Das
31) Swapnadeep Podder
32) Swapnendu Banerjee
33) Swastik Bhattacharyya
34) Tahir Imam
35) Tiya Dey Malakar
36) Trinjan Dutta
37) Urjita Ray
38) Anulekha Koley

Event Abstract:

“Constitution day” also known as “National Law Day” as well as “Samvidhan Diwas” is celebrated nationwide on 26th, November. Ever since being regarded as such for the first time in the year 1949, upon the adoption of the constitution of India by the constituent assembly. The constitution finally came into effect on 26th January, 1950. This event was a small approach organized to ignite the feeling of patriotism and safety that is associated with it.

Overall layout of the programme:

The event was attended by faculty members, Dr. Tathagat Deb(host), Dr. Sadhan Kumar Dey, Arup Kumar Bhattacharjee, Dr. Sangita Aggarwal, Monika Singh. In this programme, students were asked to submit handmade, digitally created posters related to the “Constitution” or anything related to their views on the constitution of our country. NSS members as well as other students responded well by showcasing their creativity in the form of posters, reciting, singing and dancing. All the activities ultimately to praise and compliment the sovereign, secular and democratic constitution of India. On the day of the event, Dr. Tathagata Deb and Dr. Sadhan Kumar Dey gave us a brief but extremely useful insights about the constitution and how we can make use of it to better ourselves and everyone around us. With this, the event came to an end.

Outcome of the Programme:

Through this programme, the organizers as well as the students got to know more about India’s Constitution and to commemorate the adoption of Constitution of India.