Narendra Modi to open Patna University centenary commemorations on 14th October


PM Narendra Modi is all set to commence the centenary commemorations of the important Patna University on 14th October. It is the seventh oldest university in India. On 1st October, Patna University will be finishing its wonderful 100 years.

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The sources revealed that Prime Minister Modi had already validated to launch the centenary commemorations of Patna University, but, the schedule for the occasion was not set. The event was being premeditated amid the University as well as the Prime Minister’s Office.

Patna University had advanced four dates for PM’s tour, after which a agreement has been arrive at on 14th October.

Although, Patna University’s VC Raas Bihari Prasad Singh sought that the grand celebration should be held at the Science College, however because of security worry the venue is ready to be transferred to Gyan Bhawan.  After the confirmation from PM’s Office, Patna University has started planning for the occasion.

Vice Chancellor Raas Bihari Prasad Singh will be going to Delhi on Sunday to conduct discussions with the PMO to decide the full agenda for the occasion.

In the mega event,  Prime Minister Modi, President Ramnath Kovind, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will also take part.

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“The visit of Prime Minister Modi at the centenary year celebration will be a historic moment and we have begin preparation for it. Many dignitaries are being invited for the celebration,” Raas Bihari Prasad Singh, Vice Chancellor of Patna University asserted.