Exhorting the passing out graduates, the IT Minister Mr K T Rama Rao to make the best use of the resources available, he said the Telangana youth are second to none in knowledge.
Participating as chief guest at the Mahindra University convocation at Bahadurpalli in Malkazgiri district on Saturday, the minister said he was proud to witness that many Telangana youth were excelling in their careers and we were part of creating the modern world. He gave away graduation certificates to the students of academic years 2016-17 and 2017-20 18
The minister also lauded the Mr Anand Mahindra for setting up a university in Telangana and offering inter-disciplinary courses. Mr Rama Rao said he was impressed by the university’s decision to offer both science and arts to the students. It gives a human approach and improves their emotional intelligence to technocrats that is need of the hour.
The IT minister said he foresees a better future for India as it has over 50 percent of the population under 35 years of age group.
He reminded that about 35 years ago, the economy of China and India was the same but now China has 16 trillion dollars while the Indian economy stands at just three trillion dollars. “We should rise above politics and work sincerely to improve our country. I urge the passing out graduates to work with the commitment to take our country to the top in all aspects,” he desired.
Hyderabad city had become a destination for IT giants and many global companies in other sectors. Similarly, the country has all the facilities to emerge as centre for the best education.
Mahindra university chairman Mr Vineet Nair said they spot the talent among the students and encourage them in their subject of interest.
Tech Mahindra CMD and CEO Mr Gurnani said they are giving top priority to skill development among students.
Industrialist Mr Anand Mahindra and several others were present.
By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao