June 23, 2018
COIMBATORE: People in India have started searching for quality assurance in higher education in view of all the problems and challenges faced by them for rapid industrialisation and sustainability of agriculture based economy, Thiruvalluvar University Vice-Chancellor Dr. K. Murugan said on Saturday.
All the pass outs, the young generation of India has to perceive country’s scenario in totality and the socio-cultural, political, economic and technical advices are to be considered as an analyst, while viewing the prospect of higher education in India and the states, Murugan said in his address at the 17th convocation of Nehru Arts and Science College here.
“It appears that higher education must be shaped into a prospective one and every graduate of today should chalk down the problems and weaknesses looking forward to a prosperous India,” he said.
“In order to advance this aspect, a wide spectrum of discipline and capabilities through initiatives research and industries be integrated together, to see a greater and balance global economy. The future of the country lies in the hands of young graduates, who can play a positive role to transform India into a developed nation by the year 2020, a vision very well stressed by former President, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam,” he noted.
“This vision will become a reality through the dedicated and committed efforts of young men and women which will benefit particularly, the common masses in rural and tribal areas of our country who are below the poverty line and whose literacy level is much below the country’s average,” Murugan said.