Udaipur’s Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth (JNRV) University is planning to organize two convocation ceremonies this year. This announcement has been made by the university’s chancellor and vice-chancellor in a press conference.
The two convocations planned by the university are for two different batches of students who have completed their studies in the current program.
The first convocation program is to honour those students who have completed their higher studies in the various courses that are currently being offered by the university. The second convocation ceremony is for those students who belong to rural areas who have completed their studies according to the courses they have studied and the training that has been offered to them by special program running by the university.
It was also mentioned that the Shramjeevi College of the JNRV University will also be reopened after a long period of the college remaining closed.
The Shramjeevi College is a unique institute that was conceived in order to impart education to the underprivileged sections of the society.
This college is extraordinary because its classes are scheduled at night so people who are forced to work in the morning and afternoon are able to attend classes and thus have more opportunities in the future.
The decision to re-start this college after a long delay is a welcomed move as it will once again be instrumental in imparting education to the underprivileged members of the society.