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Youth should make efforts to become entrepreneurs; Governor Patel

Saturday - February 23, 2019 2:47 am , Category : MADHYA PRADESH

Dedicates Patrakarita evam Jansanchar Bhavan of Indira Gandhi National Tribal University 

Bhopal: The Governor Anandiben Patel urged youth to make efforts to become entrepreneurs in place of government servant after receiving degrees. She told teachers of all the universities to make their research useful for the society to give necessary direction and statistics to the policy makers in facing the challenges emerging in the country. Patel was dedicating the Patrakarita evam Jansanchar Bhavan of Indira Gandhi National Tribal University.

Describing malnutrition of children as challenge, the Governor told the research scholars to find solution for this kind of challenge. They should make such kind of medicine so that children should take it happily like homeopathy medicines. She also described the role of teachers as important in providing market to the products obtained by the tribal from the jungle. She mentioned that the teachers of the university should collect data from the nearby areas and provide it to the government to help it in making proper provision in budget.

The Governor also informed them about the steps taken by her to bring transparency in the Universities of the state. She asked all the teachers and employees that they should discharge their duties honestly in order to create special image of the university.

The Vice Chancellor Prof. T.V. Kattimani gave the welcome speech. He informed that 30 departments of the university are equipped with best laboratories including 52 labs of international standard of science. It was informed that 74 extinct herbal medicines are being grown again by the university. The vote of thanks was proposed by the Registrar P. Siluvainathan.-Window To News