Rabindranath Tagore, the first Asian to win the Nobel Prize, was born on 7 May 1861 in Kolkata. Every year, his birth anniversary is observed as Rabindra Jayanti across the country. This year marked the 161st birth anniversary of Tagore. On this occasion, a cultural program was organized in IEM where students & teachers performed to pay tribute to this Nobel personality. The whole program was organized under the supervision of Prof. Gauri Majumdar. The program started at 4 P.M. in IEM Science Auditorium, Gurukul Campus. It was inaugurated by a Chorus song sung by Prof. Gauri Majumdar, Prof. Ratna Chakraborty, Prof. Kakoli Dutta, and Prof. Amit Mandal. Then our President Sir, Prof. Dr. Satyajit Chakrabarti, enlightened us the greatness of Tagore. Prof. Dr. Arun Kumar Bar, Principal of IEM, discussed Tagore’s achievements and explained how he was appreciated by all . After that, the 2nd year students performed a chorus song. Then one by one teachers and students performed songs, dances, and recitation to pay their homage to Tagore. All the students and faculty members enjoyed the program very well. The musical program concluded with a sitar performance.
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