Convocation VNSGU: “The universities of our country leave a lot to be desired”
Surat Police Commissioner Ajay Kumar Tomar said on Tuesday that our country’s universities “leave a lot to be desired.”
He was addressing the 52nd graduation ceremony of Veer Narmad University of South Gujarat (VNSGU) in Surat, of which he was the main guest, on the occasion of the 188th anniversary of the birth of the famous poet, late Narmad.
Tomar, who advised students not to trust “the way society has judged them,” said: “If the university or a teacher or professor says you are not really good, don’t them. never believe. Brands don’t matter in life. The marks have no meaning in life other than the first class or the distinction in the certificate… ”
State Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama, who was the convocation guest, did not appear in person and participated virtually.
Vice Chancellor KN Chavda said: “State Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasma was likely to remain present at the 52nd convocation meeting at VNSGU, but due to some work he didn’t was not present and he participated virtually in the event.
Tomar said: “In India, when we see our universities, it leaves a lot to be desired. It is our responsibility to improve it. The world is ruled by the nations with the best universities. Today America is the world power because it has many universities which are among the best universities in the world. “
During the event, 4,622 diplomas were awarded to students from 12 different sections, of which 26 doctoral degrees in philosophy were students of law, business, science, education, arts, management and computer science.