Learning is something that constantly happens inside, awakening the mental power; it raises the sights and insights. Education cannot be forced on the students but it has to be awakened as a desire. Knowledge brings wisdom that enables the person to act right in all kinds of situations in life. It is the balance of hard work and relaxation that brings out rainbow of creativity in the mind. Right mix of technology and conventional systems, flexible schedules, social community connect, strong employability focus by developing good corporate relationships, all leads to a top level intellectual capital workforce.
I firmly believe that academic standard, discipline and conduct sets forth the academic culture in an organization. Students of today should be trained to meet out all the expected challenges and achieve success in the chosen verticals. It’s a challenge that is faced by today’s academic institutions of higher education, to create right skill among students that empowers them to create new avenues and opportunities.
Society and human force go hand in hand. Better skilled human force will make better and more technologically advanced human society. Education is a strongest tool to bring the much needed socio-economic change transforming the attitude, life style and thinking of the people. Education should be focused on serving collective goals and individual aspirations together.
It gives me immense pleasure to extend my best wishes to all the aspirants who have chosen Teerthankar Mahaveer University over, other higher education institutions. I strongly believe that they all will excel under the strong mentorship of dedicated and learned faculty members and achieve all that, they want in their life by taking full advantage of the opportunities given to them and build a strong career and achieve greater heights by improving their efficiency and effectiveness and serve the society and achieve the pinnacle in all endeavors.
“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” – Mahatma Gandhi