Kasargod: Sixth convocation of Kendriya Vidyalaya held

Stephan Kayyar

Daijiworld Media Network – Kasargod (EP)

Kasargod, Mar 25: The sixth convocation of Kendriya Vidyalaya here was held with pomp and gaiety. State education minister of the union government, Dr Subhas Sarkar gave away the degree certificates. He said that the new national education policy is changing the standard of education in the county. “It is intended to empower the students towards the new century,” he said.

“The world is looking at India in a promising light. Hardworking youngsters are the strength and hope of India,” said union minister of foreign and parliamentary affairs, V Muralidharan. “The next 25 years are decisive for India. Your dreams and efforts decide the direction of India. Ambition and desire writes the future of India. Growth and success determines the position of India in the world,” he said.

As many as 1,500 students witnessed the event. University vice chancellor professor H Venkateshwaralu presided over the programme. Registrar Dr M Muralidharan Nambiar, in charge controller of examinations, professor M N Mustafa, dean academic professor Amrath G Kumar, members of university syndicate, executive committee, education parishad, finance committee, people representatives, deans of various schools, heads of departments, teachers and staff members were present.

A total of 1947 students have completed their education during 2021 and 2022. As many as 1567 students are registered for direct participation. Degrees were presented to 82 students, post graduate degrees to 1732 students, Ph D to 57 students, P G diplomas to 54, and certificates to 22. The minister personally handed over Ph D degrees to students. Others were issued college supported degrees.






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