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The Consequences of Change on Hindu and and its Students

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Hindu Makeover 2 Furthermore, the fate of Hindu’s famous V-Tree Festival conducted every year on the 14th of February has been put into question. Many students are of the opinion that even if the festival is somehow conducted, the response that it receives every year will not be the same. The annual college fest, ‘Mecca,’ considered by many to be one of DU’s best, also requires a large area to set up stalls and stages. Events will have to be planned by the student union in a manner that doesn’t disrupt the construction and at the same time doesn’t reduce the standards set in previous years. Hindu Makeover 1 Though students may be upset by the decision of the college authorities, it is important for them to realize that progress is impossible without change and these changes are being implemented keeping in mind the best interest of the college and its students. As John F. Kennedy once said, “Change is the law of life, and those who look only to the past or the present are certain to miss the future.”   Shraman Ghosh [email protected]]]>

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