It gives me immense pleasure to pen a few words as prologue to our ITMians exclusively meant for churning out the latent technical talent which bears immense potentiality of sharpening National Progress as part of Make in INDIA.
Empowerment of students for their all round development through education is our cherished motto. Today education means much more than merely acquiring knowledge. It is acquisition of knowledge and skills, building character and improving employability of our young talent, the future leadership. As we know the Measures initiated by the Hon. Management, steps taken by the college administration, the willing contribution of the teaching and non-teaching staff and over whelming response and enthusiastic participation of my dear students in the college activates in the recent past all vouch for this. When all the constituents come together and work in unison, the expected results are bound to flow.
I am proud of being the Dean Academics of such a wonderful institution dedicated to the causes of better India. Come on let’s give our best and make this institution a modern temple of learning through our diligence, devotion and dedication. Just like sportsman, students too need a dose of motivation and inspiration from time to time. From inspiring messages about working hard to encouraging quotes about how education pays off in the long run – the essence of this message is to give students an ideas to cope with the life challenges. A student’s life is all about focusing on goals and achieving them with determination, discipline and hard work. Exams and tests are the challenges and hurdles that need to be overcome. Even a small note with a few words of encouragement can do wonders to someone’s will to score better and win in the race of life.
“Don’t feel poignant because you are different from others. Every unique skill and every unique talent has the potential to make you a luminary. Embrace your personality and unchain your inner strength. Don’t forget – the one thing that all successful people have in common is that they were different than everyone around them.”
Prof. A. Rai