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Manipur Governor attends NIT convocation programme

By Sobhapati Samom Updated: Nov 21, 2023 10:31 pm

IMPHAL — Manipur Governor, Anusuiya Uikey, today attended the 10th convocation of National Institute of Technology (NIT), Manipur, at the institute complex in Langol, Imphal.

In her convocation address, Uikey congratulated the graduating students, M.Tech, M.Sc and Ph.D Degree recipients for having scaled through the hurdles and crucibles of academic rigours. She also commended the selfless efforts of the parents, teachers and all those who have contributed in leading the students on towards the auspicious day.

“Our scientists and technocrats are trying their best to make India a rapidly developing country through technological advancement,” she said and hailed the NIT Manipur for producing many talented students who are not only known in India but abroad as well for their skills and professional potential in a very short time.

She highlighted that NIT Manipur, since its inception in 2010, has been flourishing at a steady pace and expressed believed that the institute would achieved its aim of becoming one of the best engineering institutions in the country.

Uikey urged the youth to use their knowledge for the betterment of the society, state and country. She wished the passed out students to work continuously for the development of the society while striving to solve the problems of the public and focus on creating employment opportunities.

During the convocation ceremony, gold medals were awarded to five meritorious students under the category Institute Gold Medal (4 students) and Chairman’s Gold Medal (1 student).

Altogether, 260 students were awarded degrees, out of which, 161 students were awarded B. Tech degrees, 47 students were awarded M. Tech degrees, 33 students were awarded M.Sc. degrees and 19 scholars were awarded PhD degrees.

Education Minister, Th Basantakumar Singh, and Chairman of Board of Governors (NIT, Manipur), Bajrang Lal Baghra, also attended the occasion.

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By Sobhapati Samom Updated: Nov 21, 2023 10:31:09 pm
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