• Saturday,  July 20, 2019
:: Department of Higher Education, MHRD has given approval for Teaching Learning Centre under scheme of Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya National Mission on Teachers and Teaching to Department of Education of the Vidyapeetha
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DR. MANDAN MISHRA
 
 
 
Social Services
 

Dr Mishra started his career as a lecturer in ‘Maharaj Sanskrit College’, Jaipur and subsequently promoted to the post of Reader and Professor there. In the year 1947 a large number of refugee settled in Jaipur. To familiarize them with local people and their business Dr. Mishra founded “Bharatiya Sahitya Vidyalaya” in Jaipur through which he taught ‘Hindi’ Language to more than 20 thousand Sind brethren by way of operating evening- schools there. This is the beginning of Dr. Mishra’s examplary social service in a core social sector. His craving for social service did not stop here. Under his leadership residential Sanskrit Nagar Society was established in metropolis like New Delhi for residential flats, which symbolizes Dr. Mishra’s community social services of highest value. He inculcated awareness and values among the youth of Rajasthan as Secretary-cum-Coordinator of Rajasthan Bharat Sevak Society through which he came in close contact with Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, the then Chairman of Bharat Sevak Society and other honorable politicians of the State. With an intention of establishing an India Peers Society he organized All India Peers Conference in Nathdwar, Rajasthan in the year 1956 under the leadership of Shri Guljarilal Nanda and Shri Manikya Lal Verma and organized All India Bharat Sevak Samaj Conference at Bheelwara(Rajasthan) under the chairmanship of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. Dr Mishra’s personality and indepth talent in Sanskrit came to light in these two congregations where he could associate himself with eminent leaders by his social services, writings, speeches, organizational ability and administrative competency get well acknowledged by social spheres and stood as a milestone for him and paved way for him to look forward. By that time Dr. Mishra was also Minister of Rajasthan Sanskrit Literature Association. With his effort and cooperation of Sanskrit Scholars like Sh. Laxmilal Joshi, a separate Directorate of Sanskrit was established during the chief-Ministership Sh. Mohanlal Sukhadiya and a decision is arrived at to induct a faculty of eastern study in Rajasthan University. Most of the schools founded by Dr. Mishra are now established as higher Government Colleges. Before the beginning of the Punjab problem at a hint from leaders like Smt. Indira Gandhi he convened a National Intellectual Conference, which was inaugurated by Smt. Gandhi and she herself remained present there for three hours.

 
  
 
 
 
 
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