Over 100 Gold Medals to be Given in Rajiv Gandhi Prodyogiki Vishwavidalya Convocation

Governor and chancellor of the university Anandiben Patel will chair the function.
Over 100 Gold Medals to be Given in Rajiv Gandhi Prodyogiki Vishwavidalya Convocation

The tenth convocation ceremony of Rajiv Gandhi Prodyogiki Vishwavidalya (RGPV) will see students taking degrees in traditional Indian dress for the first time. The students will come dressed in traditional Indian attire to take the degrees. Male students will be dressed in Kurta-pyjamas along with sleeveless golden brown jacket and scarves around their neck. Ph.D. and MPhil scholars will wear the cream scarf, postgraduates will wear lemon yellow and graduates will wear an orange/saffron scarf. The guests present on stage will wear a saffron turban while students will wear yellow turbans. Girls will wear a saree or kurta pajama and half sleeve jackets. More than 100 gold medals will be given in the tenth convocation ceremony of the Rajiv Gandhi Prodyogiki Vishwavidalya on Monday. Governor and chancellor of the university Anandiben Patel will chair the function.

Ex- ISRO chairman Padamshri AS Kiran Kumar will be the chief guest at the convocation ceremony, said University PRO Shashiranjan Akela. He said that the convocation ceremony will be held for pass outs of the year 2015, 2016 and 2017. Overall 10 Kuladhipati gold medals, 31 Samarpan gold medals, 83 gold medals, and 80 silver medals will be given in the programme. Moreover, 49 research degrees (Ph.D.), 1.48 lakh graduation degrees and more than 18,000 postgraduate degrees will be awarded in the convocation ceremony. Gold and silver medals besides Ph.D. degrees will be given from the stage while graduate degrees will be given acceptance by the chancellor.

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