Kejriwal attends 13th annual convocation of IP University
Educated youth are biggest stake holder as far the systemic change of the country is concerned. Despite abundance in all spheres, we are still lagging behind in development. It is due to lacking in system, said Arvind Kejrirwal, CM of Delhi, at 13th Annual Convocation of the IP University.
He further appealed the Educated Youth to come forward to enter into mainstream politics to change the system.
Presiding over the function, the LG of Delhi and Chancellor of the University Anil Baijal said, it is time of Artificial Intelligence. It's implications will be increased in times to come, especially in higher education. He also highlighted the challenges and their solutions related to broader spectra of education.
Reading the 'University Report', the Vice Chancellor of the University Professor Mahesh Verma informed that the University is giving emphasis on developing a Culture of Research in the University. An amount of Rs 2.73 Crore has been sanctioned as part of Faculty Research Grant Scheme of the University, recently.
Speaking as Guest of Honour of the Occasion, the Chief Secretary of Delhi Vijay Kumar Dev threw light on the significance of fitness for healthy mind.
A total of 68,662 degrees for the last three academic years of 2016 – 17, 2017 – 18 and 2018 – 19 degrees were presented. Also, 258 first rank holders were honoured with Gold Medals and 16 exemplary performance holders were rewarded with Plaques on the occasion. A specially designed book to mark the 21th anniversary of the University was also released.
Two international guests, Professor Jeffery W Hutter, Dean and Spencer N Frankl, Professor and Director of Oral Medicine from Boston University also graced the occasion.