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3-day ‘Technozion' begins at NITW

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Dare to dream, says CERN physicist


Figure out problems and find solution: Archana Sharma

No substitute for hard work, says R.V. Raja Kumar


Photo: M. MURALI

Expert advice:P.V. Raj Kumar, Vice-Chancellor of Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies, addressing students at ‘Technozion' at National Institute of Technology, Warangal, on Thursday.

WARANGAL: The students at the National Institute of Technology (NIT) had the opportunity of meeting and listening to two important inspiring personalities at their three-day ‘Technozion' here on Thursday.

Staff physicist, CERN (European Nuclear Research Centre, Geneva), Archana Sharma, in her brief speech ahead of her technical presentation scheduled on Friday, exhorted the students to dare to dream as nothing was impossible.

“There is no problem without solution. Try to figure out what exactly you are good at and keep working. Your attitude will make all the difference and I urge you all to bring that change that you all wish to see,” she said amidst thunderous applause from the budding technocrats.

R.V. Raja Kumar, Vice-Chancellor of Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies, said every great thing begins simply and students should never lose their heart. He said every one had great potential, but one should realise it and start working.

Prof. Raja Kumar said the country needed the services of younger generation to whom the country belonged. Sincere hard work and honesty had no substitutes and in the age competition, sky was the limit, he said.

Dean, Student Affairs, G. Radhakrishnamacharya said the ‘Technozion' which began on small scale 17 years ago had assumed significance over the years. It was rated as the second biggest technical festival after the one held by IIT, Madras, in South India. For the current edition, nearly 5,000 students from prestigious technical institutes registered to showcase their best.

Prof. Uma Maheswar Rao, advisor ‘Tehnozion' and others were present.

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