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Engineers make life worth living it: Ankush N Nayak

Published On : 28 Nov 2018   |  Reported By : canaranews network


Mangaluru: “Doctors save lives while it is the engineers who make our life worth living. Engineering offers challenging and wide range of job opportunities. Students must brace themselves for tough competitions as they bring out the best in them. Success is directly linked to hard work and we will become a platform for your destination," said Ankush N Nayak, director, Information Technology, Expert Group of Institutions.

He presented a session on the topic ‘Engineering the Future’ as part of the EDU-PATH lecture series – 2018’, a comprehensive career guidance programme. During the session he presented a bird's-eye view of the major branches in the engineering stream and job opportunities.

At the end of the session there was an interactive session and the students put forth a number of questions and received convincing answers from the resource person.

Raghavendra Shenoy, vice principal and the programme director Vinay Kumar J P, lecturer in Physics were present on the occasion.

Second PU student Sanket Danolli welcomed the gathering and anchored the programme. Adline Riya Braggs expressed words of gratitude.







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