Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu

Google Can Never Replace Guru: Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu

Venkaiah Naidu requested the Andhra College to give attention to analysis and enhance its tutorial normal.

Visakhapatnam:  Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu has mentioned Google can by no means substitute ‘guru’ (trainer) whereas emphasising on the significance of academics and schooling.

He additionally requested college students to not get influenced by the anti-social components who attempt to create unrest in universities.

Google has been fairly standard because the search engine offers solutions to individuals’s all queries, from essentially the most random to essentially the most significant.

“Google can by no means substitute Guru. A guru provides not mere lecturers, however provides insights as properly,” Mr Naidu mentioned yesterday on the alumni meet of the Andhra College (AU).

The vice chairman, who’s himself an alumni of the college, spent a while in his classroom on the AU Faculty of Regulation and shared his recollections with college students on the campus.

Just a few sections of the society have been fuelling unrest in universities for his or her egocentric plans, Mr Naidu mentioned, and requested college students to not get influenced by the concepts of such anti-social components.

He requested the Andhra College to give attention to analysis and enhance its tutorial normal.

Andhra College obtained NAAC ‘A’ grade however it has to enhance its high quality by way of instructing, analysis, amongst different issues, to realize A++ grade, Mr Naidu mentioned.

He additionally inaugurated the conference centre constructing of the college, which was constructed at a price of Rs 13.5 crore.

The auditorium, with 5 ranges of seating, has a hard and fast capability of 1,600 seats and can even accommodate 200 further chairs in its gallery.

“The built-up space is round 40,000 sqft and the overall space is round four.5 acres with landscaped gardens and two parking areas that may accommodate 400 automobiles,” the college’s vice chancellor, Prof G Nageswara Rao, mentioned.

Mr Naidu additionally visited the Chepalauppda village on Visakha-Bheemil seashore highway which was adopted by him and launched a number of growth programmes there.

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