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Examination on Gandhi for prisoners

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Mumbai , Sept. 24

ABOUT 350 prisoners are set to appear for an examination on the life and works of Mahatma Gandhi. The examination for prisoners, lodged in various prisons at Sabarmati, Yerwada, Wardha, Yavatmal and Nagpur, is being conducted by the Gujarat Vidyapeeth during the Gandhi week, commencing from October 2, 2004.

The Gujarat Vidyapeeth was founded by Gandhi himself to give value education to students and make them good citizens to serve the society and nation, according to a press release.

The Gandhi Peace Examination, other moral and character building programmes are initiated by the Bombay Sarvodaya Mandal with the co-operation of NSS cell, Government of Maharashtra in a bid to win over the students hooked on television.

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