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MP CM visits Daly College

Bhopal, Dec 7 (UNI) Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath on Saturday issued a clarion call to the new generation vis-a-vis picking up the gauntlet with regard to improving the environment, society and country.
Speaking at the Indore-based Daly College’s annual function, he was officially quoted as saying, “The world is transforming rapidly. Along with the nature of education, novel technological changes are taking place. There are also improved opportunities for our sons and daughters to access the immense storehouse of knowledge. Rural India looks up with hope to youth.”

The Chief Minister recalled his Doon School days while admiring the glorious past of Daly College, which he described as a key academic institution. He presented the Padma Shri RN Zutshi medal on behalf of the college to alumnus film actor Kiran Kumar.
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