PM Modi takes the metro to visit Delhi University’s centenary festivities

PM Modi takes the metro to attend the centenary celebrations at Delhi University


On friday morning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the metro from Lok Kalyan Marg Metro Station to Vishwa Vidyalaya Metro Station in the national capital to visit Delhi University.
On his way to attend the centenary celebrations of Delhi University, PM Modi was seen chatting with passengers on the Delhi Metro. The PM is scheduled to participate in the valedictory ceremony of the centenary celebrations of Delhi University.
Taking to Twitter earlier, PM Modi wrote “Looking forward to joining the University of Delhi’s centenary celebrations at 11 AM tomorrow, 30th June. As a premier centre of learning, DU has been nurturing talent and fostering intellectual growth for a century. Congratulations to the DU fraternity on this milestone. During the programme, Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone of the Delhi University Computer Centre and the building of the Faculty of Technology and the academic block which will be built in the North Campus of the University.
The University of Delhi was established on 1st May 1922. In the last hundred years, the University has grown and expanded immensely and now has 86 departments, 90 Colleges, more than 6 lakh students, and has contributed immensely in nation building.