President Ram Nath Kovind attends the convocation of Patanjali University
On Sunday, Patanjali University had its inaugural convocation ceremony.
On Sunday, President Ram Nath Kovind attended the first convocation of Patanjali University in Haridwar, Uttarakhand. The university's new campus was also inaugurated by the President.
"The entire university is dedicated to the service of the nation. President Ram Nath Kovind is coming to inaugurate its new campus and for the first convocation. It is our good fortune that we can back to society through the medium of education," Yoga Guru Ramdev told news agency ANI.
Yoga Guru Ramdev, while sharing the aim and objectives behind the university said, "We want to make this the world's best university with a capacity of 1 lakh students. Through this university, we aim to create an India which will lead the world in socio-economic, political, and religious spheres using Vedic Knowledge and spirituality."
He further said, "Patanjali has such a huge infrastructure be it in the field of science, manufacturing, innovation, research, technology, everything. We provide huge exposure to students in marketing, sales, manufacturing to agriculture."
"We want to become the best university in the world. I wish that our children won't have to go to Australia, Canada, America, or Europe, but the world will come here to study," he added.