Mysuru, July 17:- Children of journalists, who have secured good marks in SSLC and PUC, were felicitated by Mysuru District Journalists’ Association (MDJA) at Mysuru Press Club on Tuesday.
“More than 90% of the students study something and do jobs that are completely different from what they have studied. Apart from medical and engineering, you can also study for competitive examination and you can become journalists as well. Higher education is difficult for common people. I request the government to provide concession in higher education for the children of journalists with less income,” said Pramati Hillview Academy president HV Rajeev.
Chief administrative officer of Mysore Medical College and Research Institute KM Gayathri suggested students to stay away from cell phones as it affects the minds of students negatively.
Secretary of Prerana Academy Pradeep, president of MDJA CK Mahendra, secretary Lokesh Babu, members and others were present. (MR/KMR)