Ranchi (By our correspondent): Governor Draupadi Murmu participated in the second convocation ceremony of the National University of Study and Research in Law here during which she distributed gold medals among toppers of UG and PG courses. In her address, the governor hoped that the students would make a valuable contribution in the legal needs of the society and the state and especially for such sections of the people who are backward and neglected and these feelings have to be developed inside them during their academic years itself.
She said that it is the work of the lawyers to ensure justice to those who are fighting against injustice. She said that law was the means through which the wrong in the society can be corrected but what was needed is a thought which would use the law to do away the evils for which it is important that the students remain alert towards social problems and use the knowledge gained in the classrooms for protecting the rights of the people.
She also highlighted the importance of nationalism among the students so that they are able to get the respect from society and become role model for the children and the youth. She said that as envisaged by the forefathers who made the constitution it is the responsibility of the law graduates to make sure that all are equal before the law and justice is provided to everyone. The governor said that students of law have a very important role to play to ensure that the rights and morals mentioned in the constitution are protected.
She hoped that the students who are getting their degrees on this day will contribute in the development of the state and the nation as there was a need for people who can give new energy to the society. heavy bill