VIT-AP University celebrates University day

FPJ BureauUpdated: Tuesday, June 08, 2021, 02:25 PM IST
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VIT-AP University celebrated its fourth University day on a colourful note virtually on 6th July, 2021. Adityanath Das, Chief Secretary to Govt., Govt. of Andhra Pradesh attended as the Chief Guest. Addressing the gathering he said that VIT stands for its quality teaching and innovative techniques to make future generation knowledgeable and competent enough to face global competition. Happy to know that in spite of the ongoing pandemic that unhindered education has been imparted to the extent that the first graduating batch of students achieved a total of 527 placements offers with 219 Super Dream and Dream offers.

He also emphasised that students should come up with new ideas and to become techpreneurs with start-up companies. Dr. G Viswanathan, Founder & Chancellor VIT told that students are the future of the country and expressed his happiness that in the short span VIT-AP has provided world class infrastructure for the 4728 students from 28 states and six countries and Faculty from 17 states and foreign country along with 65 clubs and chapters to keep students thoughtful and resourceful in attaining the practical knowledge and creating holistic education even though the last year was done virtually.

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