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Industry Leader KCP Chandraprakash Sparks Entrepreneurial Drive Among Civil Engineering Students

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Renowned industry leader KCP Chandraprakash, Managing Director of KCP Infra Ltd ignites a fervent entrepreneurial spirit among civil engineering students, as he delivers an inspirational address at KPR College of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore.

The Department of Civil Engineering hosted a prestigious National Level Technical Symposium titled CIVISTRA, drawing in polytechnic students from across the nation. The event saw the distinguished presence of KCP Chandraprakash, the Managing Director of KCP Infra Limited, who graced the occasion as a special guest.

In his enlightening address to the eager polytechnic students, KCP Chandraprakash shared invaluable insights and motivational guidance on navigating the ever-evolving landscape of opportunities within the industry.

Encouraging the young minds present, Mr. Chandraprakash emphasized the significance of entrepreneurial spirit, particularly within the realm of civil engineering. “We need to foster an entrepreneurial mindset, capitalizing on the abundant opportunities available,” he remarked. Highlighting the accessibility of entrepreneurship within the field, he stressed, “Civil engineers don’t necessarily require vast investments to embark on entrepreneurial endeavors. All it takes is a profound vision and determination.”

Amidst the fervent atmosphere, Mr. Chandraprakash imparted a poignant piece of advice to the aspiring engineers: “In today’s fast-paced world, many are driven solely by the desire to accumulate wealth quickly. However, I urge fellow students to prioritize learning over the pursuit of immediate gains. It is through continuous learning and skill enhancement that true success is achieved.”

The symposium concluded on a note of inspiration and aspiration, with students departing with renewed vigor to embark on their educational and professional journeys, armed with the wisdom shared by KCP Chandraprakash.

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