The Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU) Vice-Chancellor Vilas Sapkal inaugurated two-day seminar “Nitin Raut Career Vision 2013.”
The Vice-Chancellor in his speech acclaimed Nitin Raut as the most, and only, highly educated Minister in the Maharashtra Government headed by Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan. “Nitin Raut could aptly be called Role Model for the students present at this seminar and also the other students fraternity, and added that such kind of seminar is rarely seen,” Sapkal asserted.
The Commissioner of Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) Shyam Wardhane in his guidance words gave a mantra to students how to climb the steps to become a top officer in any respected fields. “Every parent dreams of his or her children achieving the glory, and this seminar world certainly help the students get a path to succeed in fulfilling dreams of their parents,” Wardhane stated.
Former Mayor Atal Bahadur Singh, under whose guidance the seminar is being organized, asserted that Nitin Raut is a jewel of North Nagpur. “Nitin Raut has vowed to carry out many development works for the benefit of North Nagpur citizens, and I am confident he will keep his promise at any cost,” Atal Bahadur Singh said.
In his presidential speech quoted Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar’s words: “I am and will be student till my death. Every human being remains a student and learns until death.” Nitin Raut, keeping in mind the responsibility of parents, urged them to find talent in their children and guide them for their choice of education the students want to pursue for bright future career.
The hall was full with students who were confident of the benefits the seminar could show a path to successfully achieve their goals of a bright future. The students could taste success if the short term courses at the present are adopted by the students for their future career.
Noted psychologist Sudhir Bhave gave some tips to students in order to get rid of exam tension generally found in several students. “Theer is absolutely no need to worry about exams if the students study regularly in the entire year. The students should take care of one aspect: No tension and whole night study just before the exam day,” the doctor gave such kinds of tips.
Ashish Thatte guided the students of Commerce and Management while N A D T Director Ravichandran in an excellent way guided the students for becoming IAS, IRS officers. Nagpur Rural Police DSP Manoj Sharma called upon the students to take valuable measures on choosing a specific path to become an IPS officer and serve the society in a professional way.
Siddharth Gaekwad, Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare, informed the students about Government’s scholarship and other educational schemes and asserted that the students would certainly get benefits of the welfare schemes.
In his concluding speech, Nitin Raut asked the students to dream of becoming a citizen of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar’s stature, and also strive hard for achieving the same dream. There is nothing important than education in everybody’s life, Raut added. Deeksha Raut, Captain of Deeksha Foundation, proposed a vote of thanks.
Kunal Raut compered the programme and said the seminar is being organized by Deeksha Foundation. The Chairman of SC/ST Commission C L Thool was prominently present at the function.
The Chief Convener Suresh Jaggyasi, Navnit Singh Tuli, Sandip Sahare, Jaffer Ahmed Khan, Suresh Patil, Mohini Ramteke, Prof Jayant Jambhulkar, Rajesh Lande, and others worked hard for the success of the seminar.
Education has powers to change the world in an excellent way: Raut
After the conclusion of the programme, the Minister Nitin Raut talked exclusively to Nagpur Today and elaborated the highlights of the seminar.
When asked about the aim of organizing the seminar, Raut said, the seminar is unique in its own way. “The seminar is not being organized for the view point of publicity or marketing any product. The students can explore the universe by only one weapon, and that weapon is education and only education. The more you learn the more you explore for their as well as society’s welfare and, bright future, too,” Raut said.
“The 21st century is of education era, no doubt about it. The only way to achieve excellence is proper, and only proper guidance the students need in today’s cut-throat competition. Any wrong advice or guidance could be disastrous for the students as far as their goals of becoming higher officials or gaining a glorious place in any field and the society,” Raut added.
“My advice to students is go ahead in order to achieve something extraordinary in today’s mountain of opportunities but in a correct way. Education has enormous powers to change the lives, world and the society” Raut asserted.