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Students told to acquire industry-ready skills in Warangal

Students told to acquire industry-ready skills in WarangalSenior vice president of Global Head Technology Business Unit, TCS, Hyderabad, V Rajanna, planting a sapling on KITS campus on Saturday
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Need of the hour is acquiring industry-ready skills, V Rajanna, senior vice president, Global Head-Technology Business Unit, TCS, Hyderabad said.

Warangal: Need of the hour is acquiring industry-ready skills, V Rajanna, senior vice president, Global Head-Technology Business Unit, TCS, Hyderabad said.

Speaking at the Governing Body meeting at Kakatiya Institute of Technology & Science, Warangal (KITSW) here on Saturday, he told the students to live up to the expectations of the industry.

Interacting with 120 students of the KITSW, who were selected by the TCS, he advised the students to work on improving their technical skills on par with the latest developments.

"Be active in completing different tasks on TCS-campus commune and TCS-Arena," Rajanna said. Motivating the students to take active part in activities that help society, he told the students to focus on conserving environment from pollution. "The responsibility is on every one to protect environment and preserve nature for the future generations," he said.

Speaking on the occasion, the Rajya Sabha MP and secretary & correspondent Capt. V Lakshmikantha Rao said all successful people are self disciplined and self motivated. He congratulated students selected by the TCS.

KITSW [rincipal Prof K Ashoka Reddy, Prof T Srinivasulu, dean, Engineering & Technology, Kakatiya University, Warangal, and Prof. Prabhakar, Principal, Govt Polytechnic College for Boys, Prof Srikanth Pabba, Training & Placement Officer (TPO), Dr D Prabhakara Chary, PRO, KITS Warangal were among others who participated in Haritha Haram programme.

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