Puttur, January 8: “Men cannot survive without women. The country can be developed only when the women are empowered. Female education must be prioritized, moreover the women ought to be courageous”, said the governor
He was speaking after inaugurating the five day long centenary celebrations of Vivekananda degree and PU College here on Wednesday January 7th. Our ancestors have framed the personality of our country. Swami Vivekananda has presented the gist of this country to the entire globe. Hence India holds a special status over the globe and thereby has set an example to other countries.
The technologies and developments of other nations and culture of Hindusthan are exchanged globally. Now, the foreigners have also realized the power of India, said Vajubahi Vala.
One who possesses knowledge will achieve, but along with knowledge an individual must possess confidence. One who do not have courage cannot win. We must achieve like our great king Shivaji and Queen Jhansi Rani Laxmibhai. Youth means the mass that play with tornado. Giving a call to all, he said taking birth in Hindusthan; we should try to achieve something.
Chief postmaster general of Karnataka zone, M S Ramanujan-IPS, released the special postal envelope as part of centenary celebrations of the college.
MP, Nalin Kumar Kateel, released the souvenir, ‘Suvarna Viveka’ brought out on the occasion, praised the institution for its contributions to the society. He said, the contribution given by the educational institutions to the society is of utmost importance.
Former MLA and founder convener of Vivekananda Vidyavardhaka Sangha, Urimajalu K Rama Bhat, MLA Shakunthala Shetty were present.
S R Rangamurthy, chairman of Vivekananda Vidyavardhaka Sangha, welcomed the gathering. Vote of thanks was proposed by Prof A V Narayana, general secretary of Golden Jubilee Celebrations Committee.
Lecturers Dr Peter Wilson Prabhakar, Dr Shreedhara H.G. and Dr Asha Savithri compered the program.