'Society is responsible for welfare of students'

The guests of honour opined that society, inclusive of parents or guardians of the students as well as the teachers are the most responsible for the welfare of any student.
The educational progress of any student may appear a personal matter on the surface. However, the parents or guardians, the teachers and also the community play important roles in it. Only when all of them work complementing one another can students develop themselves, felt the guests.

Usage of mobile phones by students met severe opposition. Students waste a lot of their time sending unnecessary messages instead of utilising the time for their studies, they said. A lot of students too agreed with this point.
College lecturers, students and journalists participated in the event and put forth several ideas.

Smooth functioning
Lecturers T K Nataraj, Muniraju, S V Somanna, K S Vimala, writer Anuradha Katti, Rotary Club president T G Raghavendra, T M Mubarak,
B V Gopinath, K S Ganesh, students Neha, Jahnavi, M Ashwini, Udaykumar, Sudharani participated in the debate.
Lecturer G G Nagaraj attracted attention of the crowd as the master of ceremony.
Most of the speakers did
not have much opportunity
to put across their ideas as they desired. Nagaraj helped the speakers by directing
them to support or oppose
any idea put forth, thereby continuing the programme smoothly.
Deputy director of the Department of Pre-university Education, Vijaya Varma inaugurated the programme.
Deputy director in-charge M Puttamadayya was also on the dais. Principal M Venkataswamy presided over the programme. Vishwa Kundapur was the special guest for the event.
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