'Talent not being identified in the country'

He was speaking at “Pratibha Puraskara,” a programme to felicitate students who have secured highest marks in SSLC and pre-univesity examinations, in the town recently.
The prowess of the talented people is not being exploited to the fullest possible potential for the social good as the talent is not getting its due recognition in the country. “This state of affairs must necessarily change. The intellectual prowess of the younger generation must be harnessed, he said.

Ramesh Kumar said that parents play crucial role in the growth of children. He suggested children to bring reward for the efforts put in by their parents to ensure a bright future.
Earlier, Union Minister of State for Railways, K H Muniyappa, who inaugurated the programme said that no wealth could equal the “wealth of education.” He called upon the teaching community to strive for the progress of their pupils and thereby contribute for the social welfare. He suggested that students should imbibe dedication and humility and become assets for the society through their accomplishments. He commended the Taluk Government Employees Association for organising the programmes to recognise and felicitate the talents and advised to continue the work. The minister assured of a sum of Rs 3 lakhs from MP fund for construction of a government employees Bhavan.

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