Contribute to nation’s devpt, BIT Mesra students urged

  • | Monday | 2nd October, 2023

Ranchi: Padma Bhushan and co-founder of Infosys Senapathy Kris Gopalakrishnan on Sunday urged the students of Birla Institute of Technology (BIT) Mesra to embrace new technologies, have the right team for work and adopt humility in order to be successful. He was speaking as the chief guest at the 33rd convocation in BIT Mesra during which gold medals, degrees and diplomas were distributed to 2,818 candidates. Governor CP Radhakrishnan, chairman, board of governors BIT CK Birla among dignitaries were present on the occasion. Gopalakrishnan said after graduation students become contributors to the process of nation building even as the country aims to become a 5-trillion dollar economy and a developed country. The governor said, The students need to become job generators from job seekers, he said, adding students should also remember the importance of ethics, values and being happy. The governor also appreciated the institutess contribution towards corporate social responsibility. CK Birla congratulated the graduating students and expressed gratitude to their parents, teachers and mentors for their support and guidance. He said learning should be a life-long pursuit. He also mentioned about the success of Chandrayaan-3, adding it showcased not only achieving goals but also the path taken to reach them.VC professor Indranil Manna highlighted the achievement of the institution in the past one year, stating it has been awarded grade A by NAAC. He said 64 research grants and 16 consultancy projects amounting to Rs 29.8 crore were sanctioned for the institution in year 2022-23. We also published the following articles recentlyBecome job providers, students toldThe economics department of Vidyant Hindu PG College organized an entrepreneurship conference in collaboration with Swavalmbi Bharat Abhiyan (SBA). The conference featured motivational lectures encouraging students to become job providers rather than job seekers. Special guests discussed Indias glorious past and shared insights on becoming self-reliant. Government schemes and opportunities were also discussed. In other news, Indias external affairs minister emphasized that a self-reliant India does not mean economic protectionism, and a workshop was organized at Banaras Hindu University to promote intellectual property protection and innovation.Governor hails countrys progressBihar Governor Rajendra Vishwanath Arlekar believes that India has the potential to become a world leader by 2047 if it continues on its current path of progress. He emphasized the relevance of the philosophy of "Integral Humanism" by Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay and urged people to understand and assimilate it. The governor also commended the New Education Policy (NEP) 2020 and the recent G-20 summit as efforts to fulfill Upadhyays vision for India. Arlekar encouraged the youth to become job creators rather than job seekers. He honored the parents of a scientist involved in the construction of Chandrayaan 3.Diploma student found dead in KollegalaA diploma student was found dead in her rented room in Kollegala, Chamarajanagar district. The student, originally from Tamil Nadu, was training at a government hospital in Kollegala. Her colleagues became worried when she didnt respond to calls and found her unconscious in her room. Police are investigating the incident. In a separate incident, a 19-year-old college student died by suicide in Sringeri taluk. She consumed poison at her home and later died in the hospital. The girl was reportedly depressed.

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