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NATIONAL VOTERS' DAY CELEBRATED IN RCET “To shape tomorrow by voting today”

The 8th National Day was celebrated in RCET Campus, with full zeal and enthusiasm. Rotract Club of Rohini has taken this initativeness to celebrate 8th National Voters' day in the College as per the directions of Election Commission of India (ECI).

Respected Principal Dr.Rajesh highlighted the aim of celebrating the voters' day and its historical importance. He also impressed upon the students to take active part in carrying the message of real democracy to every nook and corner of the district. The voters' pledge was read out which was recited by large number of students and faculty members. Apart from this the NSS Volunteers and NCC Cadets of the College took part in the rally organized by District Election Officer. He also appreciated the participation of staff for raising awareness about the voting process as well as the importance of election procedure.

Dr.Senthil Velmurugan , Associate Professor ,Dept of Mathematics & Coordinator delivered a detailed talk on electoral participation, and educated the students about the role played by them in the transformation of political setup. He also spoke on the various eligibility criteria of voters. Speaking on the occasion, Mr .Loganathan,Assistant Professor said that it is the duty of every citizen to cast his or her vote, and that election was the hallmark of a democratic society. In order to maximize the electoral enrolment of college students, a committee has also been constituted under the convener ship of Dr.Senthil Velmurugan. The programme started with introductory speech by Dr.Senthil Velmurugan

Students from all semesters participated and came to know at length about the importance of voter's day, Indian democracy and the need of young voters to participate in the electoral process.Heads of Department also spoke on this occasion. The programme concluded stressing upon young voters to enrol themselves in the electoral rolls and exercise their voting rights.

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