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Patna University readies to welcome PM, storied alumni for centenary celebrations

DNDEL10410 | 10/12/2017 | Author : Vithika Salomi | WC :227 | Education & Careers



Patna: Once referred to as the Oxford of Bihar, the Patna University (PU) has turned the century and to commemorate the occasion, celebrations will be kicked off by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday.
Currently, large-scale preparations are underway at the varsity -- alma mater to the notable names from Bihar including Jayprakash Narayan, CM Nitish Kumar, deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi, Union ministers Ravi Shankar Prasad, Ram Vilas Paswan and Upendra Kushwaha and RJD President Lalu Prasad Yadav.
Several of its alumni are expected to participate in the celebrations that will continue for the next year. However, the university has decided to restrict the number of participating students to 2,000 and those affiliated with polit
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