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Ajmer: Union Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal on Friday took part in the inaugural ceremony of the two-day national seminar of the Central University of Rajasthan in Bandarsindri of Ajmer district. The seminar was organised on the topic “Higher Education through Indian Language Medium: Challenges and Prospects”. The seminar was presided over by the ViceChancellor of Central University, Professor Anand Bhalerao.
Meghwal, who was the Chief Guest of the inaugural ceremony, said that the seven basic elements of the nation are population, sovereignty, army, flag, currency, and language. “For the development of the country, it is necessary to develop the Indian language. If the nation does not have its language, then we will be called incomplete,” said Union Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal.