Have confidence in your competence and perform with commitment – these are the three ‘Cs’ that would ensure your success, Vice-Chancellor of JNTU-Kakinada G Tulasi Ram Das said. Students have to be innovative to shine in their chosen careers, he said addressing more than 1200 students from the eight coastal districts at the inaugural of the two-day national level technical, cultural and sports festival – AVA Luzion organised by the Avanthi Institute of Engineering and Technology and Avanthi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Cherukupalli village near here on Friday.

Having an idea is not enough, it has to be translated into a product or a service and that is essential to succeed, Location Head of Tech Mahindra K Viswanadham said. Associate professor in Andhra Medical College A Mythili urged youth not to get stressed and maintain a healthy lifestyle. As a result of bifurcation there are a number of projects coming up in construction and development and this would open up employment opportunities for engineers, chairman of Avanthi Group of Institutions and Bheemili MLA M Srinivasa Rao said. He called upon the youth to be more tolerant and take ups and downs in life with equanimity.

Students had put up on display scale models of power generation and other subjects at the venue.