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AIU Nominates Dr. Ranjan Kr Kakati to National Cultural Board

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Sunday, June 16, 2024
AIU Nominates Dr. Ranjan Kr Kakati to National Cultural Board
Proposal for Additional Credit Scores for Medal Winners in Sports and Cultural Activities

New Delhi, India – The Association of Indian Universities (AIU) has nominated Dr. Ranjan Kr Kakati, Director of Students' Welfare and Secretary of the GU Sports Board, as a member of the National Cultural Board under AIU. This significant event is scheduled to take place at Swami Vivekananda Subharti University in Meerut on June 22, 2024.

Key Highlights:
AIU Nomination: Dr. R.K. Kakati’s nomination by AIU underscores his pivotal role in fostering student welfare and sports excellence at Gauhati University. His participation is expected to bring valuable insights into the integration of sports and academics.
Focus on Sports and Culture Promotion: The IUNCB meeting will address crucial topics, including the promotion of sports and cultural activities across Indian universities, colleges, and other institutions. Discussions will also revolve around the holistic development of the student community.

New Education Policy 2020: Dr. Kakati emphasized that his contributions will align with the New Education Policy 2020. He aims to explore ways to synergize sports and academics, enhancing the overall educational experience for students.

Proposal for Additional Credit Scores: A noteworthy point on Dr. Kakati’s agenda is the proposal for AIU to implement a rule awarding additional credit scores to medal winners in sports and cultural activities at National Inter University Events organized by AIU. This initiative aims to recognize and incentivize student achievements in extracurricular domains.

Dr. Kakati's Vision:
Enhancing Student Development: Dr. Kakati’s focus on integrating sports with academic curricula highlights his commitment to the comprehensive development of students. By advocating for additional credit scores for sports and cultural achievements, he aims to create a more inclusive and motivating educational environment.

The 16th IUNCB meeting promises to be a landmark event in shaping the future of sports and cultural activities within the Indian educational framework, with Dr. Kakati’s contributions expected to play a crucial role in this evolution.