Students should work sincerely for protection of the Indian culture and traditions, said Kakaparti Bhavanarayana College secretary and correspondent T. Seshayya.
At a meeting organised to felicitated the Dramatic Association which won silver medal at Krishna University inter-collegiate youth festival, he appreciated the students, who were helping in the preservation of Indian culture through fine arts. Speaking at a special seminar to discuss how to save the environment, he said human mistakes were the main reason for increasing pollution.
One way to save the environment was through the development of nano technology, said Mysore University Professor S. Sri Kantaswami. This technology will play a vital role in the future, he opined and advised the students to make new inventions in this technology.
Andhra University Professor P. Bhaskara Reddy said the government should pay special attention to generation of electricity through different sources.
Principal P. Krishna Murthy, Vice-principal V. Narayana Rao, T. Sambasiva Rao, N.K. Chand Bhasha, B. Randhir and others spoke.