Calicut University Pro-Vice Chancellor K.Raveendranath has urged the students to concentrate on their professional growth and asked them to avoid political violence.
He was inaugurating Calicut University Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) 2015-19 batch’s induction program (INCEPTION-2015) for first year students.
“Political awareness and political violence are different. Political violence is the sign of ideology crisis.It will lead to political anarchy alone”-he added.
“In the time of new convergence technologies and cut throat competition,students should try to acquire international standard.
“They should find out innovative ideas for new inventions. Students should cultivate a skill to work in different cultures and work for the growth of their organisation by giving creative supports.”-said the pro- V.C.
He underscored the need of increasing communication skill and leadership quality.
“Increase the interest in your job. Earn capacity to adapt changes. Improve skill and ability through continuing education.”-said Raveendranath.
“With the opening of Science and Technology university in Kerala all engineering colleges affiliated to the university would be part of the new university. However,IET will remain part of the Calicut University.”
BRICKS’ University’s 105 th rank and Indian Universities 7th rank would help students of this college,run by the university, to get top positions-he said.
He urged parents to interfere in their children’s learning process, in a creative manner.
IET principal M.Rahmatunsa presided over the function.
She urged the students to utilise the available facilities and become best engineers in future.
She asked parents and students to take a pledge against political violence.to keep the college away from politics.
There will be facilities for nurturing the skills of students in employability,communication skill and technical transfer-she said.