As many as 557 students from the tutorial session of 2021-22 have been awarded degrees throughout the convocation ceremony of Maharishi University of Information Technology held right here on Monday.
The chief visitor at the occasion was Rajya Sabha MP Sudhanshu Trivedi, who congratulated the graduating students and wished them success of their future endeavours. The ceremony was additionally attended by different distinguished visitors together with MLA Rajeshwar Singh. Trivedi inspired the students to make the most of their information and abilities to realize nice heights and make India proud globally.
He additionally emphasised the significance of the Prime Minister’s Amrit Kaal for the students, stating that it was a particular time for them. Other than the degrees and titles, a number of students who excelled in numerous fields have been honoured with analysis degrees, graduate and postgraduate degrees, in addition to medals.
MLA Rajeshwar Singh recommended the students for learning in a college the place transcendental meditation, developed by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ji, is practised as it’s a style which is illuminating India in addition to the entire world. He additionally acknowledged the exhausting work of the students and the help offered by their mother and father, academics, and professors.
Chancellor Ajay Prakash Shrivastava praised the students for his or her achievements and reminded them to always remember the efforts made by their mother and father. He additionally highlighted the worth of transcendental meditation of their lives.
In the course of the ceremony, Prof (Dr) Bhanu Pratap Singh, vice chancellor of Maharishi University of Information Technology, introduced the annual progress report of the college. The report lined the college’s achievements, in addition to talent improvement, internships, and placements for the students.
The ceremony concluded with the conferment of degrees and titles, and the visitors have been honoured with mementos. The programme was attended by varied college officers, college members, students, and their mother and father.