Ex-CM Kiran exhorts students to excel in life
Former Chief Minister Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy said that education is the only remedy for all problems Education would only remain with us until our last breath not money or properties
Rajamahendravaram: Former Chief Minister Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy said that education is the only remedy for all problems. Education would only remain with us until our last breath not money or properties.
Inaugurating Rajamahendri International school on the outskirts of the city here on Thursday, he said the students should fix their goal and put their endeavour to achieve it.
The students should study the course in which they are interested and try to convince their parents if they ask them to study some other course. The students need not commit suicide for getting less marks in the examination, he said and asked them to treat victory and defeat equally.
He also underlined the need to protect our tradition and culture which is the need of the hour and congratulated Rajamahendri Educational Institutions chairman TKV Reddy for starting the school with Gurukula and modern education system.
Many Indians particularly from the state are heading many international organisations in the world and the students of our country are having spark and they should identify it, he said.
Along with education the students should participate in sports and games which helps them to increase competitive and fighting spirit. Commitment, dedication, punctuality are the stepping stones of the victory. He advised the parents not to mount pressure on their children relating to education.
Ap Legislative Council deputy chairman Reddy Subramanyam said the management started the school with a novel concept which helps to protect our traditions and culture also.
Pradesh Congress Committee president N Raghuveera Reddy said the school coming up with a novel concept helps the students a lot. He congratulated its chairman TKV Reddy for starting the school.
Rajamahendri Educational Institutions chairman TK Visweswara Reddy said the fees structure is affordable. The students come with a pen drive and go home with that pen drive. The paper usage is very less.
Former Union minister MM Pallam Raju, Mayor PRS Sai, PCC district president N Raja, MLAs CHJ Reddy, NRK Reddy, GUDA chairman Ganni Krishna, school director Santosh, principal Chandra Sekhar and many others were present.