British High Commissioner Sir Dominic Asquith today visited the Dev Sanskriti University (DSVV)
British High Commissioner Sir Dominic Asquith today visited the Dev Sanskriti University (DSVV) here.
Accompanied by his wife Louise, Asquith was so fascinated by its environs that the couple spent about three hours at the varsity despite being scheduled to stay there just for 15 minutes, a DSVV press release said.
DSVV Pro Vice Chancellor Chinmay Pandya welcomed the British High Commissioner and told him about the cultural and environment conservation initiatives launched by the university.
He highlighted its uniqueness in the sense that it tried to instill in the students an urge to build themselves and then build the society in which they live.
Pandya also gifted the British diplomat with a Rudraksha sapling and invited the couple to visit the university again.
Terming his visit to the University as historic, Asquith showered praise on the varsity for its its efforts towards cultural promotion and environment conservation.
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