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Vice President hopes India will have world class education system

Updated on Fri, 27 September 2013 at 17:28 IST
Central University of Bihar, Patna

Central University of Bihar celebrated its first convocation ceremony on Sep 27, 2013. The Vice President of India, M Hamid Ansari, Vice Chancellor Smt Meira Kumar, and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar were present on the occasion.

M Hamid Ansari streed that India needs to adopt quality, affordability and accessibility as the guiding mantra for the development of our national education system.

"Emphasis has been laid on skill development; vocational training; promoting technical education; enhancing employability; establishment of innovation institutions; expansion of existing institutions and building new ones, with a focus on better quality in research, infrastructure, faculty and curriculum content," he said.

"A university builds its reputation largely on relevant and innovative courses, quality teaching and incisive research. A faculty that inspires to bring out the best in the students is integral to the effort," he further said.

 
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