Requests them to take a pledge to be worthy citizens
Justice K.N. Basha, Judge, Madras High Court, has urged the students to fight the evils of corruption, crimes and caste discrimination. Delivering the Convocation address at the 11th Graduation Day of C. Abdul Hakeem College of Engineering and Technology (CAHCET) in Melvisharam on Saturday, Justice Basha appealed to the students to foster communal harmony and build bridges between human beings on the foundation of love, brotherhood and compassion.
Technical know-how and skills of the younger generation of this country was very much needed by several countries throughout the world, he said, and requested the students to take a pledge to be worthy citizens of this country and to make the future of India better, healthier and happier.
“Education is an endless journey.You must have high ambition and innovative mind in your life. Discipline, dignity and dedication to work should be your watchword in your life,” he said.
The High Court Judge called upon the students to realise their responsibilities and obligations to their parents. Justice Basha gave away degree certificates to 527 graduates who included Anna University rank holders C. Jaya Priya (B.E., IT, 40th rank), G. Kalaichelvi (B.E., Computer Science and Engineering, 23rd rank), A.M. Mahmoodha Thamkeen (M.E. CSC, 14th rank), S. Vajeeha Banu (MCA, 42nd rank), S. Satheesh Kumar (MBA, 31st rank) and D. Bharathi (MBA, 48th rank). The rank holders were also given medals and mementos.
S. Ziauddin Ahmed, Chairman, CAHCET presided. S. Nissar Ahmed, president, Melvisharam Muslim Educational Society participated and V.M. Abdul Latheef, College Correspondent welcomed the gathering. A. Kumar, College Principal declared open the Graduation Day.