Strive to end graft, students told

Strive to end graft, students told
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Students should actively engage themselves in eradicating corruption in the society, suggested DIG (Prisons) K Keshava Naidu. Students should also transform themselves into good citizens in a realistic manner. The graduates must be vigilant and employ their talents to end corruption and thus to address the issue of poverty, he pointed out while adding that everyone in the society is responsible fo

Warangal: Students should actively engage themselves in eradicating corruption in the society, suggested DIG (Prisons) K Keshava Naidu. Students should also transform themselves into good citizens in a realistic manner. The graduates must be vigilant and employ their talents to end corruption and thus to address the issue of poverty, he pointed out while adding that everyone in the society is responsible for corruption to some extent.

He delivered a lecture on the topic ‘My Vision- Corruption Free India’ at Kakatiya Institute of Technology & Science, Warangal (KITSW) on Thursday. The two-day lecture programme was organised by the college Industry Institute Interaction Cell (IIIC) in association with Power Grid Corporation of India Limited as part of ongoing Vigilance Awareness Week.

On Wednesday, Swamy Bodhamayananda, the Director of Vivekananda Institute of Human Excellence (VIHE), Ramakrishna Math, Hyderabad, who delivered a lecture, asked youth to take responsibility to transform India into a corruption free nation. To achieve this youth should try to maintain transparency, integrity and sensitivity in all their tasks.

In India for every six minutes a woman was harassed or raped or teased by the men due to drug addiction Bodhamayananda said asking students to fight against the drug menace. The college director Y Manohar informed that lecture was aimed to serve as platform to share and learn latest socio- real life technical problems among the students.

He asked the students to make efforts to achieve corruption free Warangal and digital Warangal. Chief manager, Power Grid Corporation, J Srinivas Rao, the college principal Prof P Venkateswara Rao, IIIC in-charge Prof V Ramaiah, dean (student affairs) K Sridhar, PRO D Prabhakara Chary and others were present. An oath was administered by the DIG Keshava Naidu to end corruption.

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