JNTUK 70th Independence Day Celebrations – Conduct of March Past

JNTUK 70th Independence Day Celebrations – Conduct of March Past, I by the direction of the Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor happy to inform to you that J.N.T. University, Kakinada is conducting a March Past.

JNTUK 70th Independence Day Celebrations - Conduct of March Past

JNTUK 70th Independence Day Celebrations – Conduct of March Past

Sub:- J.N.T. University, Kakinada — Independence Day Celebrations – Conduct of March Past — Regarding.

I by the direction of the Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor happy to inform to you that J.N.T. University, Kakinada is conducting a March Past on the occasion of Independence Day Celebration on 15th August, 2016.

In this regard, I request you to depute eight students (4 Girls & 4 Boys) from each college and University players of each college to participate in the event. All the colleges have to bring their college flags in a unique format (as shown in the
enclosure).

In this regard, the Principals of the Constituent & Affiliated Colleges are requested to depute their students and University participants. They should report to the Mr. G. Syam Kumar, Assistant Professor & Secretary, University Intercollegiate
Tournaments on 14-08-2016 at 03-30 p.m. positively. All the participants will be provided with free lodging and boarding facility. The University players have to wear the University Track Suits. Your whole hearted co-operation is expected-in making this event a grand success.

JNTUK – Independence Day Celebrations

Specifications:

1. Flag Colour : Milky White

2. Cloth Quality : Silky Materials/Spun Material

3. Length : 3 – feet

4. Width :  5 – feet

5. University Name Colour : Thick Blue

6. College Name, Place & Code : Red

7. Emblem : Rose (Red Colour), remaining Thick Blue

Note: Remaining specifications as shown in picture. And left side of the flag should Stitched with 2 1/2 inches width to slide into a post. The college which already has the flags need not stitch again.

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