Mangaluru: The orientation session for parents of new entrants to the engineering stream in Sahyadri College of Engineering & Management Campus was held.
Manjunath Bhandary, chairman, extended a warm welcome and addressed the gathered parents briefing them on the overall growth of the college since inception. He stressed on acceptance of the engineering course to the parents and stated that engineering is a process of learning concepts, rather than just studying. He urged the parents to motivate their ward to learn new things making use of the facilities available at the college. He added that the institution is just a dead infrastructure to which the students only can bring life and make a difference with an impact.
Manjunath Bhandary urged the parents to extend their complete cooperation in making their ward a true engineer when they walk out of the campus on completion of the engineering course. Personality and skill development need to be imbibed in an individual and parents are responsible for inculcating those values in their ward, he said.
He shared some of his personal views and implored the parents to develop a friendly relationship with their ward and also to closely monitor every activity of theirs. He insisted that parents teach basic life skills required for an individual thereby making their ward self dependent, reliable and employable. He placed the placement statistics before the parents including the highest pay package, stating the difference between product based and service based companies. He mentioned about the platform provided to the students to compete at national and international level events. He suggested that parents avail educational loans in order to make their child financially responsible. He gave additional details on E-buzz, E-magazine and Newsletter. He also briefed them on dress code that must be followed by every student on campus.
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