Yoga is promoted at universities and colleges

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On the first day of the five-day webinar on behalf of the BHU Vedic Science Center, on the first day of the five-day webinar, the speakers called on people to sign up and emphasized the importance of yoga. At the opening ceremony, UGC Chairman Prof. DP Singh said that advertisements are being made to promote yoga in universities and colleges. More and more students are also joining.
Chairman, BHU Chancellor and retired Supreme Court Justice Girdhar Malviya said other events, including webinars, are needed to raise public awareness of yoga. The Vice Chancellor of the Himalayan Ayurvedic University, Uttarakhand, Dr. Rajesh Naithani received the message from Minister of Education Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank. Former IIT BHU Professor Shankar Vinayak, Dr. Tony Nadar, Prof. Hriday Ranjan Sharma, Upendra Kumar Tripathi, Prof. Madhumita Bhattacharya, Prof. Ramsagar Mishra etc.
Promise to raise awareness of yoga
On the last day of the 10-day online yoga training camp organized by the BHU’s Faculty of Singing and Performing Arts, teachers and students committed to making people aware of yoga through yoga. During this Prof. Sangeeta Pandit, Dr. Gyanesh Chandra Pandey, Prem Kishore Mishra, Sharda Velankar, Revati Sakalkar, Dr. Ramshankar, Bala Lakhendra etc. were present.
Yoga practice at home
On the eve of World Yoga Day, a yoga competition was organized among the students of the MA II and IV semesters at the Shri Agrasen Kanya PG College, Faculty of Home Science. 75 girls took part. Roshni fell in first place, Sangeeta in second, Kiran in third, and consolation prizes were given to Pooja and Anjali. Dr. Kumkum Malviya, Dr. Anita Singh, Dr. Suman Mishra etc. present. At the same time, a yoga exercise program for NCC cadets was being launched by Lt. Usha Bal Chandani organized by UP 100 billion, Yoga Guru Santosh Kumar Verma and College. On the other hand, on the eve of World Yoga Day on Sunday in Senpura Park, a yoga camp was organized by the Nav Srijan Foundation.

On the first day of the five-day webinar on behalf of the BHU Vedic Science Center, on the first day of the five-day webinar, the speakers called on people to sign up and emphasized the importance of yoga. At the opening ceremony, UGC Chairman Prof. DP Singh said that advertisements are being made to promote yoga in universities and colleges. More and more students are also joining.

Chairman, BHU Chancellor and retired Supreme Court Justice Girdhar Malviya said other events, including webinars, are needed to raise public awareness of yoga. The Vice Chancellor of the Himalayan Ayurvedic University, Uttarakhand, Dr. Rajesh Naithani received the message from Minister of Education Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank. Former IIT BHU Professor Shankar Vinayak, Dr. Tony Nadar, Prof. Hriday Ranjan Sharma, Upendra Kumar Tripathi, Prof. Madhumita Bhattacharya, Prof. Ramsagar Mishra etc.

Promise to raise awareness of yoga

On the last day of the 10-day online yoga training camp organized by the BHU’s Faculty of Singing and Performing Arts, teachers and students committed to making people aware of yoga through yoga. During this Prof. Sangeeta Pandit, Dr. Gyanesh Chandra Pandey, Prem Kishore Mishra, Sharda Velankar, Revati Sakalkar, Dr. Ramshankar, Bala Lakhendra etc. were present.

Yoga practice at home

On the eve of World Yoga Day, a yoga competition was organized among the students of the MA II and IV semesters at the Shri Agrasen Kanya PG College, Faculty of Home Science. 75 girls took part. Roshni fell in first place, Sangeeta in second, Kiran in third, and consolation prizes were given to Pooja and Anjali. Dr. Kumkum Malviya, Dr. Anita Singh, Dr. Suman Mishra etc. present. At the same time, a yoga exercise program for NCC cadets was being launched by Lt. Usha Bal Chandani organized by UP 100 billion, Yoga Guru Santosh Kumar Verma and College. On the other hand, on the eve of World Yoga Day on Sunday in Senpura Park, a yoga camp was organized by the Nav Srijan Foundation.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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