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Students asked to work hard
CLP deputy floor leader and Nalgonda MLA Komatireddy Venkat Reddy has stated that students have to reach heights through hard work and commitment. He participated as the chief guest at the annual day celebrations of Pratheek Memorial Junior, Vocational College here on Saturday.
Nalgonda: CLP deputy floor leader and Nalgonda MLA Komatireddy Venkat Reddy has stated that students have to reach heights through hard work and commitment. He participated as the chief guest at the annual day celebrations of Pratheek Memorial Junior, Vocational College here on Saturday.
Addressing the students, he advised them to become job creators instead of job seekers. He reminded that the Pratheek Foundation is tied up with Deshpande Foundation, which is rendering valuable services to students and farming communities to train and improve the skills of the students and farmers.
Deshpande Foundation would start its operations in the district soon and the Foundation members will visit Pratheek Memorial College in Nalgonda on February 29, he informed. The Congress senior leader said pointed out that he has setup Pratheek Foundation in the name of his son who died in a road accident, to do service to the society.
As a part of the Foundation programmes, he will construct a new building to the Government Boys Junior College in Nalgonda on the lines of corporate colleges. The main motto behind constructing the college by spending about Rs 10 crore was to prevent drop outs of poor rural students.
He suggested to the lecturers of the college to focus on each and every student so that they can achieve their goals without deviation. The cultural programmes of the students have enthralled the audience. Regional Intermediate Officer Prakash, Govt Boys Junior College Principal Ashok Reddy and others were also present.