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HRD Minister Dr. Ramesh P Nishank addresses the DBCE students
By Francis Xavier Francis
Konkan, Aug. 24. HRD Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank addressed the students of Don Bosco College of Engineering through the MHRD IIC on August 22, 2019.

Dr Nishank addressing the students of DBCE Fatorda, Goa
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Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank addressing the students, expressed his views on the importance of moral virtues for the development of oneself and consequently development of the nation.   According to him, the prime attribute of being a leader is the ability to work in a team, determination and hard work. Stressing on hard work he added, one should never seek ways which depreciates the value of hard work, as hard work forms one's identity and density.

Speaking about the importance of education Dr. Nishank said, education is the foundation to the pedestal of the highest pinnacle in development. He briefed the students about the reforms in education that are yet to be made and the ones that have already been implemented. In order for education to become one that is integrated with Indian traditions and teachings, he said, the use of mother tongue in each region the medium of instruction has been promoted. He also spoke about the importance of Sanskrit in the field of science and the contribution of various ancient Indian scientists.  He briefed the students about Prime Minister, Narendra Modi's projects such as Make in India, Swatch Bharat and schemes which promote and encourage innovation. He reminded the students that India has a lot of potential that is yet to be tapped, a change of mindset in the education system is going to make this possible.  He announced that the national budget kept for education has been increased to 125000 crores rupees.

Appealing to the students become a part of solving the problem he said, if a student feels like he or she is making a change in society, and being of help to the nation, they will never give up and move forward in life with that fire in their hearts, encouraging others to do the same.  As a part of that dream, a student can start planting at least one tree on his or birthday, save at least one litre of water and stop others from littering their surroundings.

Quoting his earlier life struggles he said, failure is an inevitable part of life.  One who has tried and failed will always be ahead of others.  His experience will be the stepping stones of success as he/she will have a clear vision, will and optimistic outlook, and no one can stop such a person from achieving success.

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