Imparting quality education

Imparting quality education

Imparting quality education

M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology held its inauguration ceremony for the first-semester BE and BArch students of the college recently.  

The best of educationists graced the occasion such as M S C Bose, former chairman and professor of mechanical engineering, IIT Bombay; M R Seetharam, vice-chairman, Gokula Education Foundation;  M R Ramaiah, secretary, GEF;  S M Acharya, chief executive, GEF; S Y Kulkarni, principal; N V R Naidu, vice-principal and T V Suresh Kumar, registrar academic.

In his welcome speech, principal S Y Kulkarni thanked all the parents and welcomed the first-year students. He also said that this was the 50th batch of students of MSRIT.
He emphasised that in addition to providing quality education and good infrastructure for technical education, MSRIT believes in imparting good values and principles among the

Speaking during the inaugural address, M S C Bose threw light on various issues related to students and reminisced about his college days, campus life and also insisted on being in sync with the latest technologies.

He called upon the students to learn in a disciplined way, by
attending classes regularly and making the best use of the faculty available at MSRIT.
Being from the first batch of MSRIT in 1962, he acknowledged his faculty members and thanked them for their valuable advice in moulding his career.

He wished that MSRIT would reach greater heights in the coming years.
S M Acharya reassured the parents that their wards are in the perfect place for technical education. He insisted on “being taught to learn how to learn”. 

He encouraged the students to take up activities like sports, debate, robotics, science and technological forum which are already being nurtured at MSRIT, to develop the students’ personality as a whole.

M R Seetharam stressed on quality technical education in the portals of this institute. He was proud to exhibit his talented and dedicated faculty.