Montessori aims at deemed university status
Montessori aims at deemed university status, The bigger the dreams, bigger the life is. One should choose a right path to achieve his or her goal. Having an ambition in life acts as a driving force towards excellence.
“Dreams fuel life. The bigger the dreams, bigger the life is. One should choose a right path to achieve his or her goal. Having an ambition in life acts as a driving force towards excellence. Students should make good use of abundant knowledge readily available on the internet for their academic growth. Intelligent people always discuss their ideas while normal people always talk about others,’’ said Union Minister of State for Science and Technology Y Satyanarayana Chowdary, at the diamond jubilee celebrations of Montessori Mahila Kalasala on Monday.
Chowdary, an alumnus of Montessori Educational Institutions, who attended the event as a chief guest, underlined the need for providing value-based education to students to mould them into good citizens, besides promoting healthy competition among them to make them shine in their career.
Speaking about women empowerment, Chowdary said, “We are confident that the women’s reservation bill will be passed in the Parliament increasing their representation in legislatures.”
Montessori Educational Institutions founder V Koteswaramma became emotional while explaining her endeavour for the development of the institution and thanked all those who extended their support in making it one of the premier institutions in the State.
“My only aim now is to get the deemed university status for the institution,’’ she said.
Assembly Speaker Kodela Siva Prasada Rao lauded the efforts of Koteswaramma for women’s empowerment through education as a tool.
“Women work really well. I am pretty sure that women can accomplish any given task with 110 per cent commitment and clarity. Given an opportunity, they can achieve anything in life,’’ he said.
Irrigation Minister Umamaheswara Rao promised that Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu would come to the institution in 2015 to ensure its further development.
MLA Bonda Umamaheswara Rao read out the message sent by the Chief Minister congratulating the college management for completing its diamond jubilee. In his message, the chief minister said he had plans to set up incubation centres, skill development units and audio-video classrooms in government schools and colleges to improve educational standards.
“Aim of the government is to ensure that no child is deprived of education which helps eradicate child labour completely,’’ he said, in his message.
Deputy Assembly Speaker Mandali Buddha Prasad, Minister for Health Kamineni Srinivas, Vijayawada MP Kesineni Srinivas, Eluru MP Maganti Babu, MLA Gadde Ramamohan, Zilla Parishad chairperson Gadde Anuradha, former MP and Kendriya Hindi Samithi member Yarlagadda Lakshmi Prasad, Mayor K Sridhar, District Collector M Raghunandan Rao, additional joint collector J Murali, sub-collector S Naga Lakshmi, Krishna University Vice-Chancellor V Venkaiah, former Telugu University vice-chancellor A Manjulatha and Koteswaramma's family members, including BJP leader Avirneni Rajeev and granddaughter former Miss America Nina Davuluri, participated in the celebrations.