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Engineering aspirants asked to excel in field of study

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Collector inaugurates mega education fair

Prakasam district Collector G.S.R.K.R.Vijaykumar addressing engineering aspirants at the education fair in Ongole on Tuesday.—Photo:Kommuri Srinivas
Prakasam district Collector G.S.R.K.R.Vijaykumar addressing engineering aspirants at the education fair in Ongole on Tuesday.—Photo:Kommuri Srinivas

Prakasam District Collector G.S.R.K.R. Vijaykumar on Tuesday exhorted the engineering aspirants to select the branch of study based on their aptitude and excel in the stream of their choice.

Inaugurating a mega education fair organised by the Brilliant Computer Education Institute here, he said “students should realise that knowledge is power and go for specialisation”.

He endeared to the students by referring to Charles Robert Darwin’s theory of evolution through a process of natural selection, which was “relevant for all times”. Anji Reddy, Professor of Environmental Science and Technology Centre for Environment, JNTU, Hyderabad suggested the students to give more importance to the branch of study than the college of study as they now have hundreds of engineering colleges to choose from. “You will be associated with a college only for four years. But the branch you choose will decide your future”, he underscored. He also suggested the students to choose from 10 to 15 colleges in their locality instead of going to a far away place for their study. C. Shobha Bindu, HOD C.S.E, JNTU(Anantapur) College of Engineering said there would be a steady demand for software professionals. The C.S.E students with strong fundamentals in programme writing would be least affected by the global economic recession, unlike others.


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