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Grand celebration of success: 567 degrees awarded during KR Mangalam University’s 4th Convocation

"Universities must focus on addressing social, national, and cultural needs," says Chief Guest Dr. Randeep Guleria, Director, AIIMS


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One of the premier educational institutions of Delhi NCR, KR Mangalam University, held its 4th Convocation virtually on December 24. The convocation saw the conferment of 14 gold medals and a total of 567 students receiving degrees. 

Padma Shri Dr. Randeep Guleria, director of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), was the chief guest for the occasion. In his convocation address, he congratulated KRMU on carving a niche for itself in the field of higher education by marrying modern needs with traditional values in a short duration.
"In a short period, KRMU has achieved a lot. From promoting ventures and launching smart ashram projects in rural India to collaborating with foreign universities and making robotics and artificial intelligence part of the curriculum, the university has been constantly working to ensure holistic development of students as well as society," said Dr. Guleria.
In his speech, he also stressed the need to develop education programmes keeping in mind the social dimension. “Education has to be there with equity, and diversity. It should address local needs, national needs, and cultural issues. Universities must develop educational programmes keeping in mind social dimensions,” he said. 

4th Convocation Dinesh Singh

KRMU Chancellor Padma Shri Professor Dinesh Singh, Chairman Yashdev Gupta, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Dr. Avireni Srinivasulu, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Dr. Pushpalata Tripathi, and Registrar Group Captain Praveen Mahajan also graced the online event.

In his speech, Prof Dinesh Singh urged graduates to bring about a positive change in society. “You owe a debt to the university, your teachers, and the society. You should be able to discharge your debt to them. All that you do must bring a positive change in society,” he said.

Among the 567 students, who got their degrees during the event, there were 448 undergraduates, 96 post-graduates, and 23 doctoral degree awardees from the Schools of Legal Studies, Engineering and Technology, Humanities, Management and Commerce, Education, Fashion, Architecture and Planning, Medical and Allied Sciences, Basic and Applied Sciences, and Journalism and Mass Communication.

KRMU Convocation 2021: List of Gold Medallists

Postgraduate Gold Medalists

Undergraduate Gold Medalists