Shatrughan Sinha Inaugurates 'Sahodra' Program at Magadh Mahila College

Shatrughan Sinha at Magadh Mahila College in Patna on Friday.

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Patna: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and MP from Patna Saheb Shatrughan Sinha on Friday inaugurated the 'Sahodra' program at Magadh Mahila College that aims to entrust students with more responsibilities in the day-to-day functioning of the state's premier women's college.

The former Bollywood star expressed his appreciation towards the program calling it unique that would go a long way in building confidence among the girl students in Bihar.

"This will help them build self-confidence while also building a sense of responsibility in them," Sinha said.

Speaking on the occasion, College Principal Shashi Sharma said that Sahodra program was an initiative by the college to promote equality and selflessness among the students.

The entire college has been divided into four 'houses' with each one responsible for its upkeep, maintaining discipline, dealing with problems faced by the students and other duties assigned to them.

The 'houses' will be known as 'Jagriti House', 'Maitri House', 'Pragati House', and 'Samriddhi House', Pragati House in-charge Dr. Khushbu said adding one of these houses will be given the responsibility of running the college for an entire month before entrusting it to another house.

Each house will have a captain, a vice-captain, and 10 Cabinet members, Dr. Khushbu said adding the house that does the best job of running the college would be honored with the 'House of the Year Award' at a function each year.

Like Dr. Khushbu who will be overseeing the Pragati House, Dr. Nidhi will monitor the Jagriti House, Dr. Shweta Maitri House, and Prof. Anita Prasad Samriddhi House.

Patna University Vice Chancellor Dr. Ras Bihari Singh and Pro Vice Chancellor and former Magadh Mahila College Principal Dr. Dolly Sinha were among many who were present on the occasion.


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