Urging the government to introduce Indian constitution comprehensively irrespective of the field of study for the betterment of society, the Registrar of the University of Mysore, Professor C Basavaraju pointed out that about 85 percent of people in the country don’t have any knowledge of the constitution.
It is a necessity to have a fair idea of the Fundamental Rights enshrined in the constitution among the people in the society and this is what the architect of the constitution Dr B R Ambedkar expected he opined.
He was speaking at 125th Ambedkar Jayanthi organised at Hermann Mogling Hall in Department of Studies in Journalism recently.
We are considering the constitution under the legal frame and that has to be extended to social life so that everyone can enjoy the rights and privileges given to the citizens by the constitution. Adopting Ambedkar’s philosophy enhances the secular bond in the society and eradicates deep seated hatred the registrar opined.
Speaking in the event, Journalism Department Professor B P Maheshchandraguru said that Buddhism spreads peace by ensuring human values. Buddhism has a great power that can help in bringing peace between countries. He alsc underlined the need to establish a casteless society, and for which people have to adopt the philosophy 01 Basavanna, Ambedkar, Lohiya, Kuvempu and other great personalities.
As a part of the event the Registrar Professor C Basavaraju, Syndicate member Nanjundaiah and Dalit Students Union president Gurumoorthy were felicitated.