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Divya Bhaskar celebrates 'Maara Sapna Nu Gujarat' with 1400 students

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Divya Bhaskar celebrates 'Maara Sapna Nu Gujarat' with 1400 students

Divya Bhaskar’s ‘Maara Sapna Nu Gujarat’ event attracts participation from over 1400 students with their unique vision of Gujarat.

Maara Sapna Nu Gujarat – a unique event conceptualised by DB Corp Limited (DBCL), has attracted participation from over 1400 students from 34 schools in Gujarat.

Divya Bhaskar organized and presented the ‘Maara Sapna Nu Gujarat’ event which received wholehearted support from the Gujarat Chief Minister of Gujarat, Anandiben Patel who interacted with school children in an open session that gave them the opportunity to carve their dream for the Gujarat state they would like to live in.

The event commenced with Drawing, Essay Writing and Slogan Writing competitions based on the theme following which the best three students in all these categories were awarded by the Chief Minister.

The event was attended by Arvind Agrawal - Secretary Education, S J Haider - Secretary Science & Technology, Minaxi Ben Patel - Mayor, Ahmedabad,  Bhagyesh Jha - Secretary Sports, Cultural Activities ,  Piruz Khambatta - CMD, Rasna Group.
A 90-minute intense question and answer session between the students and the Chief Minister on the said topic, revealed exceptional ideas from the children who responded with great enthusiasm and passion.

Children were eager and excited to help transform Gujarat into an ‘educational hub’ with the best education institutes in the country. Students were brimming with the zeal to make Gujarat the First State of India to be CLEAN in response to the cleanliness drive initiated by the Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Some were keen to understand from the Chief Minister how better education systems could be implemented and the way forward to create a good educational environment by recruiting high quality teachers. Students also questioned Anandiben Patel about her own vision and dream for Gujarat.

"Gujarat is an industrial hub, what can be done to make it educational hub”, What is the Chief Minister’s dream and vision for Gujarat, What is the Chief Minister’s take on appointing the right kind of teachers in schools to nurture an eclectic and lively learning atmosphere”, were some wide ranging questions asked by students at the interactive, thought-provoking sessions on the future progress of the state.

Saras Sethi, Chief Operating Officer, Divya Bhaskar commented, "There is so much to be done for Gujarat as the city of our dreams, so much to cherish, to cheer and desire about. And who better than school children to give voice to their ‘Dream Gujarat’. Dreaming is good and one must also have dreams for the country and the state that you live in but we must make it constructive by working towards achieving them. This event has garnered tremendous response from schools and it has been a one-of-kind platform to encourage students to strike an active bond with the progress of the state at their own level and begin working towards their image of the city of their dreams.”

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