Anna University Vice-Chancellor Awards Degrees to 888 Students at Nanda Colleges

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Anna University Vice-Chancellor Velraj awarded degrees to 888 students of Nanda Engineering and Technical Colleges.

The 18th convocation of Erode Nanda College of Engineering and the 12th convocation of Nanda College of Technology were held at the Engineering College campus yesterday. The function was presided over by Nanda Education Trust Chairman V. Shanmugan. Secretary S. Nandakumar Pradeep, Secretary S. Thirumurthy of Nanda Educational Institutions and Chief Executive Officer S. Arumugam took the lead. Nanda Engineering College Principal US Raghupathi and Technical College Principal S.Nandagopal read out the annual report on the progress achieved in all departments during the current academic year.

Chennai Anna University Vice-Chancellor R. Velraj attended the function as a special invitee and gave the degrees to the students. Then he said:-

It has been 75 years since India became independent. The development of our country globally is in the hands of the youth. Even with basic knowledge in the relevant subjects, special skills need to be developed. The focus of today's youth is to go into the IT sector. The reason is that once you enter that field, you get a higher salary. Opportunities are bright for talented people in many fields. Although the initial salary will be low, after gaining experience you will be able to decide the salary yourself.

It is essential that young people develop leadership qualities. For that you can do yoga, meditation etc. Apart from that, youth should not get addicted to drugs, gambling and cell phone use. In this, the addict will cause great harm to the society and the family.

This was said by Vice Chancellor R. Velraj. Aswathy Venugopal, Head of Human Resources, Cognizant Technologies attended the function and spoke.

In this ceremony, a total of 700 students, including 36 ranked students in the College of Engineering, 594 undergraduates, 106 postgraduates, and 188 undergraduates, including 6 ranked students in the College of Technology, were awarded degrees. Heads of departments, professors and students participated in this.


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