Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu urged students to become leaders in their respective fields and to make society serve society.
Addressing them at the 4th edition of "Gnanabheri" at Yogi Vemana University on Tuesday, Mr. Naidu advised students to intensively use science and technology to improve their skills. 39; learning.
"Put your best foot forward and make a determined effort to climb the career ladder," he said.
Explaining how Mahatma Gandhi, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and NTR have made their lives despite their modest background, Mr. Naidu recalled his "humble beginning" as a student leader at the university.
The Prime Minister also raised current political issues such as the alleged indifference of the Center to the state, its role in the development of Hyderabad into a world-class city, the water-river coupling project and its renewed commitment to the development of "smart districts".
In praising the current generation for his high intelligence quotient, Naidu emphasized the need to channel his forces to achieve the common goal of national prosperity.
He made a specific appeal to students that they demonstrate a keen interest in serving their homeland after making an important career.
He also announced the state's financial support for innovative ideas that could make a difference in people's lives.
A little earlier, accompanied by ministers Ganta Srinivasa Rao, S. Chandramohan Reddy and Ch. Adinarayana Reddy, Collector Ch. Hari Kiran and the Vice Chancellor of the University, A. Ramachandra Reddy, Mr. Naidu unveiled the plaques commemorating the laying of stones for various installations and visited stands presenting scientific exhibitions.
The projects launched included seven works worth 45.59 billion rupees from the university, 22.91 crores for three polytechnics, 8.80 for ITI Vemula and a college of students. minority in Proddatur and 21.17 for a boarding school at B. Matham High School.