Skill Fest 2016 comes to a close
“A person’s character and outlook can be shaped during his student days and it is essential to encourage them learn about their strengths to evolve a responsible citizen’ opined retired IAS, P Krishnaiah.
“A person’s character and outlook can be shaped during his student days and it is essential to encourage them learn about their strengths to evolve a responsible citizen’ opined retired IAS, P Krishnaiah. He inaugurated `Skill Fest-2K16’, organised by Guru Raghavendra Skills Development Center (GRSDC), in association with Potti Sriramulu Chalavadi Mallikarjuna Rao (PSCMR) College of Engineering and Technology along with MP Kesineni Srinivas in Kothapeta on Friday.
Addressing the gathering of students from undergraduate, post graduate wings, Krishnaiah said, our country can progress further only if the available youth power is trained in a benefiting way. Central government has come forward with several programmes that enrich the qualities and skill set of educated and uneducated youth to make them employable. Internet is a boon for youngsters who can tune into anything that interests them to become a better person or acquire knowledge, said he.
MP Kesineni Srinivas said that State government has been inviting many foreign investments to the region in a bid to expand the horizons in providing employment opportunities. Students should make the most of available resources to be absorbable, said he. As a part of the programme, Skill Andhra, a general quiz, Startup Andhra, a business plan, Sunrise Capital, issues and challenges of new capital, and other competitions were held. Certificates and cash prizes were given away to the winners. PSCMR College of Engineering and Technology principal K Nageswara Rao, GRSDC CEO Krishna Prasanna Vaitla, faculty and others were present on the occasion.