Eleven Students of Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University were awarded by the Education Minister of Himachal Pradesh Suresh Bhardwaj, on July 16 at the Education Ministry House for having worked actively with the National Service Scheme (NSS) of the university to help the society by doing various actions such as cleaning the environment, seeking donations for Kerala,  and organizing blood donations in the campus.  

It should be noted that after the water flood which affected the south Indian state of Kerala in August 2018, these students in collaboration with the NSS took the initiative to collect money from their university. On September 26, 2018, they sent 18600 rupees to the Chief Minister of Kerala in order to help the state on behalf of APG Shimla University.

Students from 7 different countries – Afghanistan, India, Gambia, Malawi, Togo, North Sudan, and South Sudan led by Amit Sharma from the Management department of  APG Shimla University, were present in the ceremony.

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