‘Ye Che Mouj Kasheer’ is the first phrase in the speaker’s opening statement. Statement that women are demonstrating their worth in every sector, praise for the beautiful KU campus, Hazratbal’s blessings always on the KU varsity, a plea for the preservation of the vast Himalayan glaciers, praise for the top students of each district, congratulations to the state of Jammu and Kashmir for its successful implementation of the New Educational Programme, and so on.
Oct. 11: Srinagar. On Wednesday, Indian President Droupadi Murmu declared that the country would thrive and advance if its youth followed the path of “peace, prosperity, and discipline.”
President Murmu, speaking at Kashmir University’s 40th convocation, reportedly claimed that the country would thrive if more young people adopted the values of Aman and Chayen (peace and prosperity). She yelled from the KU convocation hall platform, “When youth follow discipline, the nation will progress.”
With “Ye Che Mouj Kashmir,” President Murmu began her address, which was met with thunderous ovations. Happy to be here, I say. Let me inform the young people that I have attended graduation ceremonies and classes at many other colleges and universities around the nation, and this one has the most gorgeous campus. Kashmir University has always been blessed by Hazratbal, and that will never change,” she stated.
She praised Kifayatullah for his community work and participation in the Republic Day parade in 2023, saying she was pleased to honour him at Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi.
According to KNO, the President has expressed his desire to see students at Kashmir University engage in social service in addition to their academic pursuits.
She was pleased to learn that 55 percent of the top scorers were female after awarding gold medals to 21 of the 462 pupils who had achieved the highest scores. Women and girls in our country are excelling in every sphere. The recipients of today’s honours, she remarked, “are our tasveer and taqdeer.”
Her use of the Kashmiri saying “Ann poshe teli yele wan poshe” reflects her emphasis on the need to preserve the natural resources that have been given to Kashmir. The next generation has a special duty to play in ensuring the planet’s survival. According to her, “a series of studies are going on on many fronts” at Kashmir University to save the Hiamalyan glaciers.
The president applauded J&K for being a leader among the States and UTs in implementing the National Education Policy in its entirety. She hoped for a brighter future for all of the honorees.
The LG Manoj Sinha greeted President Murmu with a guard of honour upon her arrival in Kashmir earlier. She flew directly from the airport to the war monument at the 15 Corps headquarters of the Indian Army in Srinagar. She plans to spend the night in Srinagar before meeting with local tribal communities and women’s self-help groups the next day. The President will also be present at Raj Bhavan Srinagar for a civic reception being held in her honour. Tomorrow morning, the president will fly to Katra, Jammu, to inaugurate the renovated Parvati Bhavan and Sky Walk at the Mata Vaishno Devi temple. Police and government officials at the highest levels were present, including SSP Srinagar Rakesh Bhalwal, Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, and SSP Srinagar Dilbagh Singh. Aijaz Asad, District Commissioner of Srinagar; Vijay Kumar Bhiduri, Mayor of SMC; Junaid Matoo; Darakshan Andrabi, Chairman of the Waqf Board; and others were in attendance at the KU Covocation (KNO).