Bratachari

Bratachari

The University is committed towards the multifaceted development of the students. For the wellbeing of the students, Bratachari programme has been introduced as a part of the co-curricular activities of the University. The Bratachari movement is a movement for spiritual and social improvement initiated in India by Sir Gurusaday Dutt in 1932. The movement aimed to raise the self-esteem and national awareness of people of undivided India regardless of their religion, caste, sex or age. It is a comprehensive programme of physical, mental, and intellectual culture, based on folk traditions of physical exercise, art, dance, drama, music, singing and social service. In the University, we understand that women empowerment is not possible only through providing formal education to our students. Strengthening of character, being able to speak for oneself and one’s rights, protesting against evils in the society and other such characteristics need to be infused in women to empower them, hence this endeavour.

Inaugural Ceremony

Bratachari programme in the University is a part of the NSS activities. Bratachari classes are held every semester. It is of six months duration. Examinations are held at the end of each course and certificates are awarded to successful candidates. All financial expenses of this programme are borne by the University itself. The University plans to start two courses of the Programme of one year duration (each course of six months) in the coming years.

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