Students should have big dreams: UoM VC

Mysuru, November 9, 2022 ( “If students have big dreams and work hard towards realising them, they can reach heights,” observed Prof. G. Hemanth Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, University of Mysore.
He participated in a program to introduce the new students, organized by the School of Engineering, held at the Vignana Bhavana, in the Manasa Gangotri campus. In his address, he said, “the parents of these students have enrolled their children in our Engineering College with lot of hopes and trust. I extend my gratitude for it. The Engineering College established in our University is approved by the AICTE and has completed one year. This college building came up in 12 acre campus within 20 months time. It has successfully completed one year. No engineering course is a waste. Whichever domain may a student choose, they should love what they learn. Along with theory, they should improve their practical knowledge.”
In his address, Registrar Prof. R. Shivappa advised the students to do whatever work they like with a good purpose. “Prof. G. Hemanth Kumar has rendered very good work in the University,” he observed.
“Students should always be creative and innovative. You should think twice before doing any work. Develop a habit of physical activities in your daily lives. Have good friends, maintain good health and physical fitness. Have a smile on your faces always, love nature,” he advised.
Dr. Anantha Padmanabhan, Director, School of Engineering, University of Mysore Syndicate member Dr. E.C. Ningaraj, University of Mysore Special Officer Dr. Chetan, Dean Dr. Shankar and others were present.
Keywords: University of Mysore/ Prof. G. Hemanth Kumar/ School of Engineering/ new students introduction