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‘Communal Harmony Week’ & ‘Flag Day -2015’ observed at FDDI campuses
 
 

‘Communal Harmony Week’ & ‘Flag Day on 24th November 2015’ was observed at all the campuses of Footwear Design & Development Institute (FDDI) located at Noida, Fursatganj, Chennai, Chhindwara, Kolkata, Rohtak & Jodhpur.


Communal Harmony Week at FDDI

 

It was observed as per the schedule of the National Foundation for Communal Harmony, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India.

 

With an objective to sensitize the staff & students about the need of fostering communal harmony, national integration and fraternity thought, ‘Communal Harmony Week’ & ‘Flag Day’ was observed that also emphasized on lending a helping hand to humanity without any prejudice.

 

India, a multi-religious, multilingual and multi-racial country, has always ‘enjoyed the essential unity of culture amidst diversities that kept her people united. It is the only country of the world where people of all religion and beliefs have been living peacefully for a long time and has undoubtedly set an important example of communal harmony to this world.

 

Communal Harmony Week at FDDI

 

With an objective to sensitize the staff & students about the need of fostering communal harmony, national integration and fraternity thought, ‘Communal Harmony Week’ & ‘Flag Day’ was observed that also emphasized on lending a helping hand to humanity without any prejudice.

 

Communal Harmony Week at FDDI

 

During the ‘Flag Day’ on 24th November 2015, Mr. Amit Kumar Sharma, Executive Director, FDDI unfurled the Tri-colour at the Noida campus whereas at the other campuses of FDDI, it was done by the senior most officer of all the campus in the presence of all the staff & students.

During the ‘Communal Harmony Week’, poster making competition on the aforementioned theme & cultural programme were also held in the respective campuses.

 

Communal Harmony Week at FDDI

 

To help spread awareness amongst the staff & students about the communal harmony, posters and banners were also displayed at all the campuses at prime locations like main gate, administrative building and workshop building.

 

Communal Harmony Week at FDDI


FDDI is perhaps one of the best examples of communal harmony where students from all over the country come in a common platform for a common cause of education and skill development.

 

 
 

 

 

 
 
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