Students urged to pursue dream career: Collector Bharati Holikeri
THE HANS INDIA |
Sep 13,2017 , 10:44 PM IST
Medak District Collector Bharati Holikeri interacting with students at Geetha School
It is the responsibility of teachers and parents, to unearth hidden talents of school children, said the Medak District Collector Bharati Holikeri.
She inaugurated the Union Government’s Niti Aayog Atal Tinkering Lab at Geetha School in the area on Wednesday.
The collector watched robots exhibited by the students and congratulated them.
While addressing the students, Bharathi expressed happiness over the Union Government sanctioned lab to the school. She advised the students to avail the facility.
Students should learn questioning attitude, said Bharathi. The Collector asked the parents to give freedom to their children to choose their field of interest. Six labs were sanctioned across India.
She advised the students to take active part in achieving Bangaru Telangana. Bharathi asked the students to participate in Haritha Haram and Swachh Bharat.
School Correspondent Ramanjaneyulu expressed happiness over school being selected for Atal Tinkering Lab. This will enable us to bring out hidden talent in the school children, he said. He also said that they would strive to carve the students genius by providing training under the guidance of expert teachers.
District Education Officer Sarojini Devi, District Science Officer Raji Reddy, MEO Narsimlu, Principal Venkat Reddy, Directors K Narayana Gupta and Raghavendra Goud, Teachers and Students were present.