Addressing the centenary convocation of the University of Mysore on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserted that the establishment was an amalgamation of the wealthy schooling system of historical India and the aspirations of the long run.
“The University of Mysore is the centre of the rich education system of ancient India on one hand and the aspirations and capacity of future India on the other. This university has realised the vision and resolutions of “Rajarshi” Nalvadi Krishnaraja Wodeyar and M Visvesvaraya Ji,” the Prime Minister mentioned, whereas just about addressing the centenary convocation of the University of Mysore.
“Education (Shiksha) and initiation (Diksha) are considered as two important stages of youth here. This has been a tradition for thousands of years. When we talk of initiation, it is not just an opportunity to get a degree. Today’s day inspires us to make new resolutions for the next stage of life,” he added.
Addressing the scholars on the event, PM Modi additionally remembered Bharat Ratna Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan who was connected with the college. “Today, your teachers and professors are also handing over the nation and society’s responsibility to you, along with your degrees.”
“Now you are moving from a formal university campus to the big campus of real life. This will be such a campus where, along with the degree, your applicability of the knowledge that you have acquired will work,” he added.
The University of Mysore was established in 1916, first in Karnataka in addition to the sixth within the nation.
The Karnataka governor marked his digital presence on the event, together with different dignitaries just like the members of the syndicate and tutorial council, MPs, MLAs, MLCs, statutory officers and district officers, apart from college students and oldsters.
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