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    Tamilisai, Governor, expresses disappointment over NIRF rankings at 3rd State VCs’ meet

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    The Governor and Chancellor of State universities, Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan, expressed disappointment that the universities did not make it to the recent NIRF rankings. She urged the universities to meet the expectations of students and work towards making the State developed through primary and higher education. The Chancellor pointed out that students still demand better amenities like washrooms and classrooms, which are important for them to pursue education comfortably. She also expressed concern over the recent suicides of girl students at Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies (RGUKT), Basara, and emphasized the need for proper counselling.

    Dr. Tamilisai advised the VCs to ensure that colleges and universities have proper infrastructure like washrooms, classrooms, libraries, and hostel facilities. She appreciated the efforts of VCs for the progress of universities and promised to address their difficulties in filling vacancies of lectures and professors. The Chancellor also inaugurated the digital library for students and unveiled the souvenir of Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University.

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    Earlier, Dr. Avichal Kapoor, Joint Secretary, made a presentation on various initiatives of UGC, and Dr. P Raghu Ram, Padma Awardee, KIMS-USHALAKSHMI Centre for Breast Diseases, presented on breast cancer. The Governor urged universities to create awareness among students about early detection and treatment of breast cancer.

    Dr. Tamilisai hoped to motivate students to meet the needs of students, come up with innovations, earn while learning, and apply technology in conducting academics. She asked VCs to utilize alumni for the benefit of future students and take steps to give importance to the Youth Red Cross and blood donation. The VCs made presentations on the progress made on the agenda points of the 2022 conference.

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