spot_img
More

    Honourable Cabinet Minister Anurag Thakur Spoke to Shoolini Students about Their Future & Responsibilities

    Speaking to graduating Shoolini University students during their convocation in 2022, Honourable Cabinet Minister Anurag Thakur said, “Happy to note that the university has provided world-class facilities and education to its students”.

    A total of 1429 students received degrees, including 30 PhD scholars. Mr Thakur attended the event as a chief guest albeit virtually.  This was the 6th convocation of Shoolini University.

    Delivering his keynote address at the ceremony, Mr Thakur said, “Dear students, you are not just part of this great institution but also a torchbearer of a vibrant tradition”. He was delighted to know that two scientists from the university have been placed at 3rd and 5th place in the country in the latest rankings of Scival Research, which is a recognized international agency.

    Mr Anurag Thakur congratulated the alumni for fulfilling their degree and said, “Today marks the end of your journey within the safe walls of this institution and the beginning of life exploration, innovation and learning in the real world… beginning of unleashing your potential beyond the realm of academia and the beginning of accomplishments in a highly competitive world.

    In addition, he asked the students to stay in touch with their professors because they invest a lot of time and effort in teaching.

    While addressing the students, he bestowed his best wishes and added, “You have a huge responsibility to build not only the present but India of the future. There’s immense potential for growth, enterprise and employment.

    - Advertisement -

    The underlying thought was that the future of the country belongs to the youth and with the youth lies the big goal of “nation-building”.

    - Advertisement -

    Recent Articles

    Let's Connect:

    Related Stories

    Leave A Reply

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here

    Stay on top - Get the daily news in your inbox