Itroduction :- Kunjilal Dubey (18 March 1896 – 2 June 1970) was born in Amagaon of Nasirpur district of Madhya Pradesh state of India. Dubey was a worker of Indian freedom struggle and a good politician. He participated in the Satyagraha movement run by Mahatma Gandhi and the Quit India movement during which he had to go to jail twice. Dubey Ji was the first vice chancellor of Durgavati University and Vice Chancellor of Nagpur University. During his tenure, he had established seats for Hindi and Marathi departments. He arranged for translation of 34 Hindu texts of English and 42 Marathi texts, which helped the students to know the subjects of science local langguages. He never compromised with values. Of course his life is inspirational and praiseworthy.
Awards and Honors :- In 1964, the government of india awarded him the civil honor of Padma Bhushan for the services of Dubey ji. In 1965, he received a Doctor of Law degree from Jabalpur University. After this in 1967 Vikam University gave the degree of DLIT. Indian Post honored them with a memorial stamp in 1996. Dubey live in the name of Bhopal a law school name Pandit Kunjilal Dubey National Parliament Vidyapati, school placed. He was honored with the title of LLD in 1965 for service made in the filed of education and knowledge.
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