'India to be among largest economies by 2025'

'India to be among largest economies by 2025'

Nuclear share is expected to reach 25 pc in four decades: Baldev Raj

graduation day: Suttur Mutt Seer Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra, IGCAR, Director,  Dr Baldev Raj, JSS Mahavidyapeetha, Director, Technical, Prof M H Dhananjaya, Executive Secretary, B N Betkerur, SJCE Principal B G Sangameshwara, Vice-principal Dr Syed Shakeeb-ur-Rehman and others are seen with rank holders at the Graduation Day of M Tech and MBA at SJCE in Mysore on Sunday. dh photo

He was speaking at the Graduation Day of M Tech and MBA programmes offered by Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering (SJCE) here on Sunday.

Dr Raj said that it is always imperative that you need to face tough challenges in order to achieve your goals. The country faced a lot of problems at one time, but graduates and scientists helped in overcoming those situations by finding suitable solutions, he added.

Research

Dr Raj said that primary importance should be given to research. “Research is like giving birth to a baby; You need to take care of it continuously for a long time,” he added.
Advising students, he said, “Always remember that individuals with vision and passion can remove disparities and disillusionment with their capacity, capability, commitments, approaches and selfless service.”

Key driver

In his speech, Dr Raj mentioned that energy is a key driver, which along with education, healthcare, water, food and other related issues about infrastructure would enable India in becoming one among five largest economies by 2025.

He said that policy planners are imparting attention to each and every possible resource of power generation.

 By 2052, nuclear share is expected to be 25 per cent, he added. However, he said that the focus is on clean coal technologies.

Planning

He said that few issues requiring careful consideration and planning are the optimal exploitation of available energy resources, diversity of energy supply resources, energy technologies, power generation and distribution policies. Dr Raj also emphasised on a robust infrastructure and multi-disciplined human resources at all levels as a key to succeed.

Suttur Mutt Seer Shivarathri Deshikendra presented the medals and certificates to the rank holders. JSS Mahavidyapeetha Executive Secretary B N Betkerur, Director (Technical) Prof M H Dhananjaya, former Kuvempu University Vice Chancellor Dr K Chidanandagowda, SJCE Principal Dr B G Sangameshwara and others were present.

M Tech rank holders (Branch followed by name) Industrial Structure: Shwetha B Bangera, Abhilash G S.

Environmental Engineering: Shruthi M. Energy Systems and Management: Ramaswamy R, Muthulakshmi K B. Bio-medical Signal Processing and Instrumentation: Umesh Madhukar Rao Thorkar, Shwetha D.

Industrial Electronics: Anil Kumar K R, Shailaja. Networking and Internet Engineering: Azra Fathima, Shubha Rao A, Ashishkumar Namdev Tadose. Master of Engineering Management: Geethanjali K K, Hamsaveni M.Maintenance Engineering: Bhakthavathsala K S.Polymer Science and Technology: Visvanathan B. Computer Engineering: Ramya K S, Asma Anjum T M.

Software Engineering: Yogesha T, Prashanth H S. MBA rank holders Pavithra M, Neha Rohatgi, Thejaswi B V, Asha B K, Shrisha S, Asir D Mulla, Naveen V Agnihotri, Ullas Kumar A, Krutika S Tikare, Shalini H S.

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