Description of Emblem


The name Krantiguru Shyamji Krishna Verma of Kachchh University stands in honor of the legendary freedom fighter Krantiguru Shyamji Krishna Verma.
Established in the year 2003, the K.S.K.V . Kachchh University has its logo symbolizing the distinct regional biodiversity. The desert, the sea, the hills, the migratory birds provide a unique identity to the region. The blue sky suggests infiniteness and eternity. The hills stands for the strength and determination , the qualities that have made the people of Kachchh Successful entrepreneurs all over the world. The desert symbolizes the tough conditions and the challenge to life, consequently the resilience of the people of Kachchh.
Kachchh is a home to several migratory birds especially the Flamingos, suggesting the hospitable and amicable qualities, the very culture of the region.
The sky, the earth and the sea, the three principal elements of nature in the logo, suggest the knowledge. Kachchh also has a glorious history of trade and commerce. the various ancient ports stand as testimony of the trade carried out with distant countries. At present too the ports of Kandla and Mundra are immensely contributing to the economic prosperity of the region and the nation. the ship symbolizes the significance of trade and its contribution to the past as well as the present prosperity of the region.
The modern higher education is aligned with the industry. The huge industrial investment in Kachchh has created a tremendous demand of skilled work force. KS.K.V . Kachchh university through its various courses is providing quality higher education.
The ancient ship with its sails, the ancient fort on the "Bhujiya" hill, the modern industries, the sea, the sky, the sun, the desert, the migratory birds can be best summed up as Kachchh a gateway to timeless experience. The slogan "Tejasvi Navdhitamastu" in Sanskrit translate as "may we both be enlightened" suggests the objective the university strives to achieve.


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