VP Jagdeep Dhankhar awards degrees to students at Royal Assam Global University
Royal Assam Global University: Vice-President Jagdeep Dhankhar cautioned against brain drain during the third convocation ceremony of the Royal Assam Global University in Guwahati today.
While presenting degrees and awards, the VP noticed that more than ‘two-third of them were young ladies’. He alluded to this as an impression of the ‘evolving profile’ of the country. Shri Dhankar likewise featured that passing of the Ladies Reservation Bill in the Parliament was a notable step for the biggest majority rule government on earth.
Depicting quality training as the most significant groundbreaking system that works on any general public, the VP cautioned against depleting of “our minds and our unfamiliar trade to unfamiliar areas”.
Tending to the social occasion at the college, the VP depicted the meeting as the compensation of preparing conferred by the educators, fructifying expectations and desires of the family. Applauding the Public Instruction Strategy (NEP 2020), Dhankhar expressed, “Execution of the arrangement has prompted the joining of information and abilities by permitting the understudies to seek after concurrent courses.”
He underlined on the need of accepting schooling as a support of the country and encouraged the residents to offer back anything they harvest from it. ” Utilizing instruction with the end goal of trade and business is contradictory to the cultural reason and the sublimity, virtuosity of our human progress,” he added.
Praising the new effective arriving of Chandrayaan-3 on the south pole of the moon, after a fruitless endeavor in 2019, the VP said that disappointment is an essential move toward progress. Drawing a similarity, he contrasted disappointment with a glass of water that can be considered either half-filled or half-unfilled.