REVA University has in alignment with the NEP 2020 built the road map of the University; focusing on four SDGs of prime importance: SDG IV, SDG V, SDG XI, and SDG XVII in keeping with this aspiration of the Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modiji. As a pioneer in Higher Education and with the potential and capability to bring about change, REVA University has taken it upon itself to disseminate through dance and art forms, the message of the need for human sensitivity to climate change and ‘Yatra Naaryastu Pujyante, Tatra Ramante Devta’ (Gods live at those places where the women are worshipped); of how our country has always considered ‘feminine’ to be more superior than masculine.
Speaking about Panchavaktram performance, Dr P Shyama Raju, Chancellor of REVA University said, “In keeping with the G20 Summit which has further plotted our country on the Global map and aligned with the SDGs and the theme of One Earth, One Family, One Future REVA University has been staging Panchavaktram in various parts of the country to spread the message of the Indian Knowledge System and of the role that HEI s play in promoting this amongst the youth.”
REVA University has always come up with unique performances year after year. This time the students of the School of Performing arts and Indic Studies seek to move the youth of Guwahati through Panchavaktram.