Mysuru, May 20:- “In a world of stiff competition, if students develop knowledge and skills, opportunities follow them automatially,” said Secretary of Mysuru Royal Institute of Technology, Dr K B Boraiah.
He was speaking after inaugurating a special coaching camp for CET diploma at Negilayogi Vidyavardhaka Spardha Kendra, here on Friday.
“Students should be brave enough to face any situation. That gives them the confidence. All the subjects should be studied with equal importance. Study is for knowledge and not for a job. Then jobs will come in search of you,” he said.
Dr P Puttegowda, President of Negilayogi Trust; Dr N Chandrasekhar, treasurer; Y D Venkatesh, Divya and others were present.