- Inspired LPU Students to make India Next Super Power
- Nirbhaya’s parents will address the students on concluding day of the conclave
Grooming up the students to be change agents and to lead India to be next super power; Lovely Professional University is organizing two-day ‘Young Vertos’ Conclave-2016’ up to 18th March 2016. For this, motivating speakers including directors, engineers, researchers and CEOs and more have been invited to inspire the students. On the inaugural day four eminent speakers guided LPU students to think big. LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal welcomed the elite guests and asked students to imbibe the great wisdom of the masters in their respective fields.
Opening the conclave, young IPS officer, Director Drug Control Administration of Telengana, Dr Akun Sabharwal awakened the students to expand their horizon: “Think big for yourself, country and the globe. Let us all develop our lives, communities, identities without drugs as these drag us down.” He took many worst examples of leading stars and individuals who suffered a lot due to use of drugs. He also inspired LPU students to opt for civil services to perform great duties for the country: “Never speak anything ill against your motherland, always keep the National Flag flying high, and work strenuously to hold the country together.”
Great Scientist & Economist of Agricultural field from Andhra Pradesh, Prof Dr Aldas Janaiah said: “The important thing for you to learn is to be committed and sincere in all of your endeavours. Always keep yourself updated in your respective areas, goal oriented, flexible, adjusting, innovative, and confident with positive thinking.” Appreciating LPU environment, he strongly said: “We need more universities like LPU to see India as next Super Power.”
Similarly, Group Director Semi-Conductor Laboratory (ISRO) Chandigarh, Prof Ajay Saini shared his knowledge about technologies empowering humanity. He asked students to be great ‘Change-Makers’ for the nation. Explaining the world 5000 years ago to next 5o years from hence, he shared positive and negative aspects of the progress going on continuously. He said: “Mind boggling things are going to happen across the world in next decades and so many challenges are to be faced by the next generation. As you have to lead that, apply wisdom taken from us, keep balance and let things not degrade through technology.
Civilian Gallantry Award “Sarvottam Jeevan Padak” and Limca Book of Records winner Engineer-in-Chief (Retd.) Sh Jaswanth Singh Gill advised students to be always helpful and brave in life. Illustrative, Mr Gill was instrumental in saving 65 coal miners who were trapped in a flooded coal mine in the Raniganj area of West Bengal in November 1989.