Mysuru, May 19:- “It pays to be hard working. It has been proved in the past and it holds good in the present context as well,” said MLA M K Somashekar. He was speaking after honouring more than 20 students of KR constituency who have scored good marks in SSLC examination.
“Not only in academics, to achieve anything in life, talent and hard work are important. Education doesn’t discriminate anyone based on caste and religion or on any other aspect. Several schools have got bad results in the examination and they should work hard to get better results in the coming years,” he added.
Former Mayor Purushotham, folklore expert P K Rajashekhar, president of the zoo board, Mallige Veeresh, City Congress President R Murthy and others were present on the occasion.