Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on 26th April 2022 launched the Vidya Vistar (V2) plan of the esteemed Hindu College, New Delhi through which it will tie up together with three universities in the North East including the Dorjee Khandu Govt College, Tawang here.
The other two colleges to be remembered for the association program are North Kamrup College, Guwahati, Assam and Nar Bahadur Bhandari College, Tadong, Sikkim.
Taking part in the launch through virtual mode as the chief guest, Khandu offered thanks to the Delhi University and his institute of matriculation Hindu College in the interest of individuals of North East and Arunachal Pradesh specifically for accepting to team up and cooperate with the three schools in the district as mentor under the original drive of DU’s Vidya-Vistar. “The Vidya Vistar drive of DU will open channels of correspondence and trade among scholastic establishments which can possibly further develop results. Best part is that of rich schools like the Hindu College will guide universities in distant regions,” Kandu noticed.
“I call upon the specialists and employees of the Dorjee Khandu Govt College, Tawang, to utilize this open door so our students, who are the eventual future of our state and the nation, benefit the most and add quality to the pool of human asset of the country,” Khandu added.