The students of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) celebrated “Kannada Rajyotsava” and “The Constitution Day” on 25th November 2022 at the JAIN Global Campus.
Kannada Rajyotsava Celebrations
The Kannada Rajyotsava also known as Karnataka Foundation Day, is celebrated every year on 1st November. The day is celebrated by all Kannadigas to commemorate the formation of Karnataka State in the year 1956 by merging all the Kannada-speaking regions of South India.
To celebrate Kannada Rajyotsava, the NSS wing and the cultural club organised the event “Nadaswara” at the JAIN Global Campus. The students participated in various cultural activities that showcased the cultural richness of Karnataka. The Kannada anthem (“Jaya Bharatha Jananiya Tanujate”) was played, while the dance performances of “Bharatanatyam” and “Hip Hop” by the students became the major highlights of the event. The traditional dance performances like “Dollu Kunitha”, “Devara Kunitha”, “Veeragaase” and “Tamte Kunitha” by the local artists further elevated the “Nadaswara” celebrations.
The “Constitution Day” or “Samvidhan Diwas” is celebrated every year to commemorate the adaptation of the Constitution of India by the Constituent Assembly on 26th November 1949.
On the eve of the Constitution Day, Dr. Chandrashekar Shastry read out the “Pledge to Constitution” to all the students. During his short speech, he spoke about the history and importance of Constitution Day and the Constituent Assembly. The interactive session, helped the students to develop a deeper insight into Constituent Assembly and also gave them an opportunity to remember the contributions made by Dr.B.R.Ambedkar towards the framing of Constitution of India.
The events inculcated a spirit of excitement among the students, as they developed deeper insights of India and its cultural diversity.