Manav Rachna Centre of Foreign Languages (MRCFL) celebrated its Raising Day with great gusto and highlighted the importance of foreign languages in students’ career and growth

Dr Sanjay Srivastava, MD, MREI, encourages MRCFL in its onward journey and hopes that the Centre would add many more foreign languages to enhance students’ employability in the international placement scenario.

— Raising Day of MRCFL witnesses a montage of excerpts from its eventful journey by projecting a Cultural Voyage of various countries like France, Japan, Germany, Spain and UAE through vignettes of the past and present.

— A fusion dance highlighting various cultures across the world and a Freedom Song raised spirits among participants and audiences. Students also showcased the culture of various countries through Gallery Walk where they put up models of the countries highlighting their culture and significant moments in history besides presenting a Japanese choir which delighted the audience.

Manav Rachna Centre of Foreign Languages (MRCFL) was established with an aim to make foreign languages accessible to all. Its vision, mission and goal have synergized over the past year to educate, inspire and empower students across diverse backgrounds to make their mark in the international corporate sector. As a language institute with a difference, MRCFL has been offering professional courses in various foreign languages – Spanish, German, Chinese, Japanese, French and Arabic–and espousing new knowledge among students aspiring to make their mark on international platforms.

While the Centre gears up to start its new session with full zeal and gusto, it celebrated its Raising Day to chronicle its progress and look forward to a glorious future. The Centre presented a montage of excerpts from its journey over the past one year by showcasing the culture of various countries through a Gallery Walk exhibition and a presentation called Cultural Voyage. A fusion dance and a Japanese choir also delighted the audience. The MRCFL Team along with students and even the audience joined in to sing ‘Wavin’ Flag’ the World Cup anthem song.

PIC 3- MRCFL Raising dayDr Sanjay Srivastava,MD, MREI, and VC, MRU, offered MRCFL Team his best wishes saying, “MRCFL has always met challenges head on and has been striving ever since its inception to get better with time. We hope that MRCFL will add many more foreign languages to its already existing repertoire of languages to enhance students’ growth prospects in the international placement scenario considering the fact that knowledge of an international language is always an added asset to students while embarking on their careers as a global citizen.”

A galaxy of dignitaries including Dr M.M. Kathuria, Advisor, MREI; Dr N.C. Wadhwa, Vice Chancellor, MRIU; Dr Sanjay Srivastava, MD, MREI and VC, MRU; Dr V.K. Mahna, Pro-VC, MRU; Ms Gauri Bhasin, Head, MRCFL, MREI; Dr Naresh Grover, Dean Academics, MRIU; Wg Cdr P.K. Sinha, Director, CRC; among others were present on the occasion to encourage the MRCFL team to carry forward its good work and fulfill its future objectives and goals.