Bengaluru: “Aspire to be a job giver rather than a job seeker,” said Dr Venugopal, Vice-Chancellor of Bangalore University, at Atria Institute of Technology today. He was delivering the convocation address to more than 500 students at the 16th graduation day of the institute.
Information, education, knowledge and skills, innovation and career are the five sutras of life to move ahead, he added. He also advised the students to put 10,000 hours of quality time to acquire knowledge and skills in their respective fields of interest as it is the only way to excel. Sharing his life journey with students, he advised them to face challenges with confidence and overcome them.
The guest of honour, Shri Amardeep Sibia, CEO at SatSure Limited, congratulated the students on embarking on a new journey of life. He said it is delightful to witness the students of Atria Institute of Technology being trained excellently with experiences that enrich their lives and help them to reach their full potential.
The institute recognised the outstanding students from each department and honoured them with “The best outgoing student” award on the occasion.