Vijayawada: Challenging students to think differently

National seminar on Challenges of New India- realising a billion aspirations'.

Vijayawada: The national level seminar on ‘challenges of new India – realising a billion aspirations’ was conducted on Tuesday at Siddhartha Engineering College.

Hyderabad Metro Rail MD K.V.S. Reddy attended was the chief guest on the occassion. Against the increase in population there should be infrastructure proportionately, otherwise, the country has to face unemployment and other problems, Mr Reddy opined.

Describing the variation in India’s development he said, “India is a country where one can see rich and poor. We have great national highways, but huge slums too. We have farmer suicides, and the capacity to send hundred of satellites at a time. Whatever development we see is because of great visionaries.”

Think differently, innovate, bring in creativity and face challenges, then only Indian can develop with great acceleration, he added.

Ex-IT Advisor Mr T. Hanuman Chowdary said, “Corruption, excesses expenditure, lack of political views have slowed down development in the country.”

HRD national network Vijayawada chapter president Dr Rajesh C. Jampala said, “Problems will come, but we should take them as chances to develop. And students should develop this attitude of looking at problems as chances.”

The seminar has conducted by the department of business administration, PVPSIT in association with the NHRD network Vijayawada. Siddhartha College principal, lecturers along with Siddhartha academy president N. Venakteswarlu, convenor B. Sriramulu participated in the seminar.

Seminar director P. Adilakshmi informed that 50 research papers have been submitted on this subject. Almost 200 students have participated in the programme.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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