Second convocation of Mansarovar Dental College concludes
Governor Shri Lalji Tandon, while addressing students at the second convocation of Mansarovar Dental College said that they must use their knowledge with a sense of service. Efforts made with honesty and integrity only are successful. He said that attaining the title is one step. From here new avenues of service to society and nation opens.
The Governor told the students that whatever your family and society did for you, now is the time for you to return it to them with commitment and efficiency. He said that the number of colleges and universities in the country and the state has increased. Now meaningful efforts are needed to raise the level of quality of education. He said that today we do not have shortage of funds. The need is of smooth operation of the systems. The Governor also emphasized on efforts to teach the students in mother tongue.
Addressing the convocation ceremony, Minister of Medicine, Education, AYUSH and Culture, Dr. Vijaylaxmi Sadho said that 37 girls and 20 boys have received graduation and postgraduate degrees in this ceremony. It is obvious that the percentage of girls in education has increased. Higher Education Minister Shri Jitu Patwari asked the students receiving degrees to take pledge to serve the society.
On this occasion, the Governor honoured Dr. Sanjeev Khanna of Lilavati Hospital, Mumbai for outstanding services. Vice Chancellor of Madhya Pradesh University of Medical Sciences, Dr. T.N. Dubey also addressed the gathering.