Special Multi-Media exhibition on Constitution Day draws appreciation of Parliamentarians, Legislators

New Delhi, Nov 27 (UNI) A special exhibition on the Constitution Day at Kevadia in Gujarat, drew appreciation of Parliamentarians and Legislators, the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting said on Friday.

The exhibition, organised by the Bureau of Outreach Communication of Ministry of Information and Broadcasting in collaboration with the Parliamentary Museum and Archives, as part of the 80th All India Conference of Presiding Officers at the Statue of Unity site in Gujarat, was inaugurated by Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Wednesday.

The exhibition traced the journey of democratic tradition in the country, right from vedic times, through the Lichchavi republic to the making of Modern India, the Ministry said in a statement.

The 1,600 sqft multi media exhibition had 50 panels of still exhibits besides Plasma display, interactive Digital Flip Book, RFID Card Reader, Interactive screen, Digital Touch Wall etc. The Speaker appreciated the use of multi-media and said interactive exhibitions make information dissemination interesting.

He said, the exhibition effectively captures the chronology of the framing of the Constitution and such exhibition should be taken to different parts of the country to create awareness about ‘our democratic tradition’.


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