Indian institute of Technology Bhubaneswar headed by Director, Prof. R. V. Raja Kumar, geared up fully responding to the holistic endeavor of the Government to make it reality by planning to organize sixteen events of cultural exchange in a span of one year to make the cause so vibrant. Prof. R. V. Raja Kumar inaugurated series of events on 15th November 2017 and mentioned that IIT being a premier institute of the country having students, faculty and staffs from diverse culture and region will be leading to uphold the objective of Ek Bharat and Sreshtha Bharat by cultural exchange between people in a spirited manner.
Our country has diverse cultures and rich cultural heritage in each of them. The cultural exchange programs will help us admire and appreciate our cultures mutually and thus, build a sense of togetherness and bonding. If a finger is cut, its not the finger alone that feels the pain, its the whole body that feels it. National integration, irrespective of the regions that we hail from, is of vital importance, since the key to our progress is hidden in our unity amidst our diversity. The series of events that our institute plans to conduct under ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’ programme will strengthen our unity and help us all build a stronger and better India.
The series of informative and cultural events that IIT Bhubaneswar has planned to conduct under EBSB programme has the objective to strengthen our unity and help us all build a stronger and better India. The celebrations have been planned be for 16 odd days throughout the year and a complete schedule for it has been prepared. For the organization of the events, a committee comprising of several faculty members has been formed by IIT Bhubaneswar, which has been organizing the events with the help of Students’ Gymkhana. The list of events scheduled are as follows:
|1||Rajasthan - Assam - West Bengal||15/11/2017||Report||Photo Gallery|
|2||Haryana - Telengana||15/01/2018||Report||Photo Gallery|
|3||Punjab - Andhra Pradesh||26/01/2018||Report||Photo Gallery|
|4||Madhya Pradesh - Manipur -Nagaland||13/02/2018||Report||Photo Gallery|
|5||Delhi - Sikkim||19/03/2018||Report||Photo Gallery|
|6||Maharashtra - Odisha||01/04/2018||Report||Photo Gallery|
|7||Goa - Jharkhand||29/06/2018||Report||Photo Gallery|
|8||Bihar - Tripura- Mizoram||05/08/2018||Report||Photo Gallery|
|9||Kerala - Himachal Pradesh||15/08/2018||Report||Photo Gallery|
|11||Uttar Pradesh - Arunachal Pradesh - Meghalaya||07/09/2018||Report||Photo Gallery|
|12||Jammu Kashmir - Tamil Nadu||15/09/2018||Report||Photo Gallery|
|14||Chandigarh - Dadra & Nagar Haveli||27/10/2018||Report||Photo Gallery|