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17 Aug 2018, Edition - 1130, Friday

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Turn passion into business, says young CEO Sreelakshmi

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Turn passion into money making, according to Sreelakshmi Prasad, one of the youngest CEOs in the world. She started her web design company at the age of 10.

“Students should look at ways to turn their passion into money making opportunities. It could be anything like writing,” Sreelakshmi told students and parents at the annual day of Park Global School held today on the Park College of Engineering and Technology premises.

School life is one of the best times “but we realise it only once that gets over”. She also appreciated various educational practices at the school and said, “Happiness is not a destination but a way of life. Follow your passion and be confident, you will achieve great heights.”

Park Institutions CEO Anusha Ravi said the world was changing and students should get exposed to that. “Students with a good heart and good education can live happily anywhere,” she added.

Chairman Dr PV Ravi was also present on the occasion. Students performed various cultural programmes on the theme ‘East meets West’ and prizes were distributed.

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