In this program, it was resolved to maintain the unity and integrity of India, National Unity Day program was organized on the occasion of the 144th birth anniversary of India's first Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. The program was inaugurated by lighting a lamp and offering flowers on the portrait of Maa Saraswati. Kujayashree, Maya, and Rakeshwari presented the Saraswati Vandana. Program convener Khemraj Chandrakar said that the purpose of organizing the program was that India is the unity in diversity. National Integration Day is being celebrated only to preserve that identity. Dr. N.K., Dean of the University Swami said in his address that just as a flower cluster is made of many types of flowers, in the same way, the construction of the country of India was also done by mixing about 565 princely states, which belief in different caste, religion, sect and customs. To maintain the unity of the country is the fundamental duty of every citizen. To fulfill this purpose, to maintain the national and integrity Dr. Bhupendra Kumar Sahu, Head of the Department of Art Faculty, said that after independence, Sardar Patel played an important role in the merger of the princely states into India. With the removal of Article 370 from Kashmir, today a true tribute has been paid to Sardar Patel. The resolution of one country and one legislation has been reached today. On this occasion, Principal of Pharmacy Department, Dr. Hamid Khan said that blood has no religion in the same way that we all work for national unity and maintain the unity and integrity of the country. OP Varma, Head of the Faculty of Science said that we are all Indians and Participating in national unity by observing his works. Arjun Singh Chauhan, Head of the Department of Law, while explaining the importance of the term national unity and integrity, said that Indian The 42nd Amendment to the Preamble of the Constitution added the words unity and integrity. National unity was demonstrated through human series by drawing a map of India by faculty Mamta Dewangan and Ashwini Sahu. On this occasion, a national unity race was organized in the adjacent village - Nawapara. In which all the professors and students of the university participated. The program was successfully conducted by Peel Bai and Manisha Sahu. Students of the Faculty of Arts made a special contribution to the successful organization of National Integration Day. University Professors Srishti Chandrakar, Hemant Verma, Pukhraj Yadav, Pritam Sahu, Phaneesh Chandrakar, Deeksha Chandrakar, Rishabh Sharma, Bhupesh Patra, Deepesh Nishad, Romibala, Hemant Pandey, Kamlesh Bisen, Vimala Sona were present at the end of the program. Professor Diamond Sahu did.