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Government should stop the brain drain says Dr.Madhu Veeraraghavan

Published On : 12 Oct 2017   |  Reported By : canaranews network


Brahmavar: “Government should stop the brain drain by providing quality institutions in our country and by appointing the best of the faculty from India and abroad “said Dr.Madhu Veeraraghavan while delivering the key note address at the one day UGC sponsored University level conference organized by Crossland College,Brahmavar in association with the association of First Grade College Principals of Mangalore University. Deliberating on the theme of the conference ‘changing paradigms in administration of higher educational institutions, he lamented that even today only two of our universities figure in the best 500 Universities in the world. We wrongly focus on quantity than quality. This results in producing students without amazing written skills, right attitude, problem solving skills and so on.

The rigid rules and regulations of different statutory bodies are becoming detrimental to the growth of quality private institutions He encouraged the Principals to go an extra mile to produce graduates with the skills required by the indusrties.Mrs.Jyothi, Co-coordinator presented the theme of the conference. Principal and President of the Principals Association Prof.Samuel K.Samuel and Secretary Prof.Raveesh Kumar were present on the occasion.

In the first technical session Prof.Mathew C.Ninan,Director of Little Rock Indian School made his presentation on ‘nothing matters in leadership as much as personal example ‘A good leader must be a good human being, philosopher and pedagogic leader, he said. Courage and conviction are required for a leader, he added.

Dr.P.V.Bhandary, psychiatrist,Dr.AV Baliga memorial hospital ,Udupi speaking on stress management explained the techniques of releasing stress. Stress is not a disease and proper care taken helps avoiding stress ,he said.

Prof.Y.Bhaskara Shetty delivered the valedictory address. He called upon the principals to do their duty with at most sincerity without getting worried about the pressure from different quarters. Vice President of the principals association Prof.Rajan VN was present on the occasion. Dr.Vasanth Kumar, Principal, Sreenarayana Guru college, Mangalore, Dr.K.V Malini, Principal, Canara College, Mangalore, prof.Panduranga Nayak, Principal, SVS college, Bantawal and Dr.H V.Somayagi, Principal, BD Shetty college, Brahmavar spoke during the valedictory session. The conference was attended by 57 delegates

 







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