In this growing era, it is vital responsibility of the engineering graduates that, they should convey the new developments in the field of technology to the society said VTU VC Dr.Karisiddappa, speaking as a chief guest of the Toppers Felicitation Function here at KLS Gogte Institute of Technology, Belagavi. He also told that, today passed out engineering graduates who are working in the different areas, they should not forgot the alma matter like colleges and teachers, also they should share any new technology or developments in the respective field with the institutes so that institutes can convey or implement related component in the curriculum which will help coming up graduates. Today’s graduates and students should be very strict to the discipline of the company or institute, he said. Finally he appreciated the GIT tradition of honoring the meritorious students and told this kind of recognition from the institutes really boosts the confidence in the students and encourages the students to achieve more and more.
Another eminent personality Dr. K. Ramchandra Rao, Inspector General of Police (IGP) was the guest of honor of the function. Speaking on the occasion, he himself as a gold medalist at the masters, he shared his experience about his schooling and how he achieved the success in his life. He told success gives an optimistic kick with which successor gets the advantage to achieve next level. To achieve the continuity in the success these kinds of recognitions and appreciations are must by the belonging authority or institute he expressed. He appreciated the work of GIT and recalling the statement “inside every irregular stone there is a beautiful sculpture” GIT is doing the work of removing unwanted irregular part from the stone to showcase knowledge and culture blended beautiful sculpture from every individual students.
At this occasion 84 college toppers which included the University Rank holders were felicitated with cash rewards. The scholarships were also disbursed from the endowments instituted by alumni and few philanthropists.