Students’ role in nation building stressed
Rajahmundry: The 67th Independence Day celebrations were held in Rajahmundry on Thursday. The APNGOs and...
Rajahmundry: The 67th Independence Day celebrations were held in Rajahmundry on Thursday. The APNGOs and other political parties, which are taking part in the Samikyandhra movement, hoisted the National Flag as well as Samaikyandhra flag. They raised slogans in support of Sanaikyandhra after singing national anthem.
Amalapuram MP GV Harsha Kumar hoisted the National Flag on the premises of Rajiv Gandhi Group of Educational Institutions in Rajahmundry. Speaking on the occasion, Harsha Kumar stated that India got independence due to sacrifices made by many great people and he put the onus on youth to preserve the values. He stressed the need for the role of students in building the nation.
Independence Day celebrations were held under the aegis of Rajahmundry urban police district at the AR grounds in Rajahmundry. Urban SP T Ravi Kumar Murthy unfurled the National Flag and received the guard of honour from the staff. DSPs Anil Kumar, Umapathi Verma, Satyanadam, Circle Inspectors and Sub-Inspectors attended the celebrations.
Rajahmundry city MLA Routhu Suryaprakasa Rao hoisted the National Flag at several places in Rajahmundry on the occasion of Independence Day. Speaking on the occasion, he stressed the need for remembering sacrifices made by the people to get independence for the country. He called upon the people to work with dedication for the integrity of the country. District Libraries Authority chairman Allu Babi and Rajahmundry Town Congress President Nakka Sri Nagesh were present. Rajahmundry RDO M Venugopal Reddy hoisted the National Flag at the Independence celebrations held at the Sub-Collector’s Office in Rajahmundry. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Reddy stressed the need for the untied efforts of the employees for the development of society.
In the celebrations held at State information Centre at Anam Kala Kendram in Rajahmundry, Assistant Director, Information and Public relations, M Francis hoisted the National Flag. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Francis called upon the employees to take part in the development of the country by working with dedication. Divisional PRO, J Venkateswara Rao, staff HV Ramesh, DV Subrahmunyam, B Naga Raja Rao, Ganga Bhavani, M Chandrakantham and Kalakendram staff S Usman, Siva, Subrahmunyam, Sudhakar, Mani and Lakshmi were present on the occasion.
AKNU: Vice-Chancellor, Adikavi Nannayya University P George Victor has advocated for one State for all Telugu speaking people. He hoisted the National Flag at the university premises on Thursday. Speaking on the occasion, he observed that the leaders are not aware of the history and culture of Andhra Pradesh, hence, a decision in favour of bifurcation was taken. Development officer Dr G Gavarraju, principals S Teki and Dr Y Srinivasa Rao, Dr KS Ramesh, NSS programme coordinator Dr B Jaganmohan Reddy and programme officer Dr N Kiran Chandra were present.
ONGC: Naptha produced from Rajahmundry ONGC’s refinery in Tatipaka has been exported via Vishakapatnam port recently. This initiative has opened up new opportunities for Rajahmundry ONGC, said officiating Asset Manager and Group General Manager-Head Engineering Services Arun Nangia on the occasion of Independence Day celebrations in Base Complex. In the energy sector, the ONGC has been contributing a lion’s share by fuelling the progress of the nation and keeping the wheel of development moving, he added.
RIL: The 67th Independence Day was celebrated at Reliance Industries KG-D6 Site, Gadimoga. MV Subba Rao, Head-Operations, was the chief guest of the event and hoisted the National Flag. DB Prasad DIG (Retd), Functional Security Head and employees were present.
Subba Rao gave away prizes to Security and Special Protection Force personnel for their meritorious performance.
Rampachodavaram: MLA KK Viswanath, ITDA project officer C Naga Rani, Sub-Collector Gandham Chandrudu and DSP S Chaitanya Kumar hoisted the National Flag on Thursday at local junior college in Rampachodvaram. Speaking on the occasion, Chandrudu said that 98 per cent of Aadhar seeding has been completed and 2,500 acres of land has been distributed to 788 poor tribals in the sixth phase of land distribution. He further stated that 6,500 beneficiaries have been identified for the 10,000 acres in the seventh phase.
Eradicate illiteracy: JNTUK VC
Kakinada: JNTU-K Vice-Chancellor Prof. G. Tulasi Ram hoisted the National Flag to mark the 67th Independence Day here on Thursday. Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Tulasi Ram exhorted the youth to work for eradication of illiteracy in the country.
Public and private universities should take steps to introduce innovative programmes like vocational courses, skill development programmes and market-oriented courses so that the students develop global employability competencies that the employers are looking for.
Rector Prof. B. Prabhakar Rao, Registrar Prof. GVR Prasada Raju, programme directors, teaching and non-teaching staff participated in the Independence Day celebrations.