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Condolence Programme for the Victims of Earthquake in Biratnagar


Biratnagar, 27 May, 2015: On the 30th day of the national disaster students of AIMS College, Biratnagar conducted an hour long ‘Pray for Nepal’ condolence programme for the victims of earthquake in the hall of the college.

On Baisakh 12 Nepal faced the disastorous quake which led to death and injuries of numerous people in diverse districts. It was the ‘Black day’ in the history of Nepal. In order to pray for the peace of the deceased soul to rest in heaven, students organised the condolence programme in the hall of College.

Contagious1914The programme was headed by the Campus president Mr. Tulasi Prasad Pokhrel in the presence of Journalists, campus cheif, teaching and non-teaching staffs of the college. The programme started formally after Cheif guest litted the candle on the ‘panas’ and expressed his sympathy through his short remark. Students had drawn the map of Nepal by ‘Abir’ on the ply and lit the candles on its border. The National Flags were pinned on the walls of the hall. The students also presented the slideshows through projecter which included the photos and videos that showed the disaster brought by earthquake along with the CCTV footages taken during the quake. The entire College was in the shock and bestowed a one minute observance of silence for the deceased soul.

Madhav Aryal, one of the student recited his poem and Adhik lal Kamat gave a short speech to express the sympathy to the victims. The teaching staffs, non-teaching staffs and the students donated some amount of money for the victims in the box which stood on the stage through out the programme. Campus president vowed that the donated money would be collected in the Prime Minister Relief fund to reach the victims. The programme was formally ended by the short remark of Campus Chief Mr. C.M. Basnet.

By: Nidesh Acharya


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