Failure is not an insult, says Dr P K Rajashekhar

Mysuru, May 9:- “No human being is complete. Failures are common in life. One has to be strong enough to face the hurdles in life,” said folk scholar Dr. P K Rajashekhar.

He was speaking after inaugurating free training for students who have failed in 2nd PU examinations, organised by PU Lecturers’ Welfare Association at Government Girls’ PU College on Chamaraja Double Road here on Wednesday.

“Everyone fails in one or the other thing. The organisation aims at helping such children who have failed in their endeavour. Some commit suicide if they fail in examinations. It has no meaning. Failures are no insult. We are born to have a better life experience and not to end life. We are privileged to be born as human beings. We are in a competitive world and we have no time to stay lazy,” he added.

Association District president Javaregowda, district general secretary N S Pashupathy, L C Shankar, Nanjundaswamy, N J Manjunath, Venkatesh, Phaniraj and others were present. (MR/GK).

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