Photo Gallery - World Students' Day 2016
NSS unit of Dadi Institute of Engineering and Technology on Saturday paid rich tributes to former president A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, whose anniversary is observed as World Students' Day.
Chief Guest Sri Dadi Ratnakar, Correspondent said that "Kalam grabbed every opportunity to teach students, especially children, wherever he went. Administering a pledge on national development to the youth was his passion," "Dr. Kalam, who continued to be active even after demitting office (of the president of India) and travelled the length and breadth of the country delivering lectures and meeting people, died while doing what he loved best - talking to students."
Speaking on the occasion Prof. M . Venu Gopal, Principal said "Poverty was a challenge, not a hindrance and he (Kalam) became an achiever and icon to the people of India especially to the youth," and advised students to follow his principles in true sense.
Sri P. Venkata Murali NSS programme officer said that “To build a strong, prosperous and peaceful India will be one true tribute to Kalam and asked students to contribute to fulfill his vision 2020.
On this occasion Sri K . Venkata Sairam, a physically challenged student who got placed as a software engineer in a MNC was felicitated for his outstanding academic performance.
Students, Parents, HOD’s and faculty participated in large numbers.
»SRI DADI RATNAKAR CORRESPONDENT AND DR .M .VENUGOPAL INAUGRATING WORLD STUDENTS DAY CELEBRATIONS
»Sri Dadi Ratanakar , Correspondent addressing the students on the eve of World students day.
»College Management felicitating K Sairam , Physically challenged student who got placed in a Bangalore based MNC with a handy package of 5lakhs per annum.