‘Lakshman Rekha’ must not be crossed

HISAR: Prof. K.P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCSHAU has asked the university members to strictly adhere to Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi Ji’s guidelines and help the government in its fight against the novel coronavirus.

The Hon’ble Prime Minister declared a lockdown for 21 days so that the chain of the novel coronavirus is broken and also urged the people to practice social distancing to stop the spread of highly contagious coronavirus in India.

Modi Ji has clearly stated that if the country does not effectively enforce 21 days of lockdown, it will push the country back by 21 years.

While reminding the staff members of the university about the Hon’ble Prime Minister’s special emphasis that there is no need to cross the Lakshman Rekha originating from respective homes, the Vice Chancellor said: “The university members and staff should do their level best to curb the situation abide by the guidelines and directions issued by Govt. of India and Haryanaā€¯.

“It is imperative that we all individually take the responsibility of staying at home and maintaining social distance when required”

The VC talked about the steps taken by the govt. of Haryana under Chief Minister Shri Manohar Lal Khatar for the safety of its citizens and appreciated the same.

The VC also advised the whole family of CCS HAU to maintain patience, discipline, and perseverance and simultaneously hoped to be alert, safe and healthy.

About CCSHAU

Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University is a public funded agricultural university located at Hisar in the Indian state of Haryana. It is one of the biggest agricultural universities in Asia. The university has 8645 acres of land (around 7219 acres at the main campus, 1426 acres at outstations). It is named after India’s seventh Prime Minister, Chaudhary Charan Singh. It was initially a satellite campus of Punjab Agricultural University at Hisar. It was established as a university by Haryana and Punjab Agricultural Universities Act, ratified 2 February 1970 and was named as Haryana Agricultural University. So basically it is considered as the first established university of state Haryana. On 31 October 1991, it was renamed as Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University. The university publishes the largest number of research papers among agricultural universities in India. It won the Indian Council of Agricultural Research’s Award for the Best Institute in 1997 and in 2017. It contributed significantly to the Green Revolution and White Revolution in India.