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April 07, 2021 Wednesday 11:40:34 AM IST

Odisha’s Mo Platform to Connect with Alumni

Odisha has launched the Mo College campaign to connect Odia alumni across the globe to connect to their alma maters. During the launch of the Mo College campaign alumni of more than 750 colleges and universities were connected through live streaming. Mr Naveen Patnaik, Odisha Chief Minister said that the campaign is grounded on the principles of nation-building, creativity, skill development and nurturing teamwork. A state-level governing body and various committees have been set up for the smooth functioning of the campaign. Corpus fund has been constituted by the state government to support the movement. He announced that the state government will give double the financial amount contributed by the alumni with a cap of Rs 50 lakh per annum per institution under this campaign.