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2805 students graduate from MIT ADT University; Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari confers certificates

MIT Convocation ceremony

Pune: Union Road transport and highways minister Nitin Gadkari on Friday, October 13 exhorted students to break barriers of language, religion and caste as India’s strength was in its unity in diversity.

Mr. Gadkari was speaking at the 6th Convocation of ‘MIT ADT’ University from where 2805 students graduated in their respective subjects. The event was held at Philosopher Sant Dnyaneshwar Maharaj Vishwashanti Dome, Vishwarajbagh.

”At present, we see unrest all over the world due to religion and caste differences. But, on the other hand, India is seen to be spreading the message of ‘Vasudaiva Kutumbkam’ to the world and establishing peace in the country. ty. Therefore, the diversity of our country is our strength, and only Strengthened people can bring peace, opined Mr. Gadkari.

On this occasion, MEER’s MIT Institute of Education Founder President Prof. Dr. Vishwanath D. Karad, Vice-Chancellor and Executive President of MIT ADT University Prof. Dr. Mangesh Karad, Executive President of MIT WPU Rahul Karad, Prof. Dr. Sunita Karad, Mrs. Jyoti Dhakne-Karad, Padmashri Dr. G.D. Yadav, Dr. Vinayak Ghasnis, Dr. Suchitra Nagare, MIT ADT University Registrar Dr. Mahesh Chopde, Controller of Examinations Dr. Gyandev Nilwarna, Dr. Virendra Shete was present.

Gadkari further said, spirituality is related to everyone’s life and everything in life. Human cultural progress is equally important for economic progress. The work of creating students with similar values and knowledge of culture is happening through MIT ADT University. We can eradicate poverty only through science, technology and research and the work of promoting such research is being done by this university. World peace can be achieved only through new technology, and Same work being done by Prof. Dr. Vishwanath Karad.

Gadkari further said, our farmer has now become an energy donor. Hence, in future India will not be an energy importer but an exporter. Also, respecting all religions is the need of the hour and only through this can efforts for world peace be successful. If we want to take the country forward, we need to take our research to the forefront.

On the occasion, Padma Shri. Dr. A. S. Kiran Kumar was honoured with the Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Award for his contribution to science and technology.  While introducing the program, Prof. Dr. Mangesh Karad said that, graduation ceremony is an important moment in everyone’s life. In which the end of the students’ academic life and the beginning of a bright future. Thus, this year’s 6th convocation is a special day of glory for ‘MIT ADT’. However, on this occasion, I would like to congratulate all the graduating students and wish them all the best for their future careers.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Kiran Kumar said, “It is a matter of honour for me to accept the award given in the name of Dr. Kalam by MIT ADT University, which is bringing a great change in the education sector of the country. India has recently shown the world that we are not inferior in any field. Due to this, students should be proud of their culture and self-esteem and strive to raise the name of the country. Our country has a talented youth generation like no one in the world so the responsibility of fulfilling the dream of an advanced country as shown by Dr. Kalam is now on the shoulders of this generation.

2805 students were awarded degrees

Nitin Gadkari awarded degrees to a total of 2805 students including 23 PhDs, 51 gold medals and 188 rank holder certificates. The program started with the national anthem and prayer for world peace. More than 7000 people including parents and students attended this program from all over the country. Also, on this occasion, the attractive procession with Raj Danda attracted everyone’s attention. Vishwashanthi Dome was lit up with the attractive illumination of the campus. After vote of thanks by the Convocation Chairman Dr. Ramachandra Pujeri, the program concluded with Pasaydana.

Written by
Kirti Patil

Quintessential follower of olympic sport. An unabashed fan of motorsports. Incisive chronicler of Indian shooting sport. Believes in golfing gods.

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