Build a Society that Boycotts Corruption – Justice Hegde

Students should Build a Society that boycotts Corruption. Grand Graduation day celebrated at Bearys Institute of Technology.

Mangaluru: Bearys Institute of Technology, Innoli, celebrated the Graduation day of its final year batch of 2016 at its campus on May 15, 2016. The programme began with the unveiling of the 110th year’s timeline of Bearys education by Justice N Santhosh Hegde.

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Justice N Santhosh Hegde, Former Judge, Supreme Court of India and Former Lokayukta, Karnataka state was the chief guest, Prof. Gopal Mugeraya, Director, National Institute of technology Agartala and Faizal Kottikollon, Founder and Chairman, KEF Holding, Dubai, UAE along with his wife Shabana Faizal were the guests of honour. The function was presided over by the chairman of Bearys Group Syed Mohammed Beary, the trustee of Bearys Group Mazhar Beary and Senior Advisor Dr S K Raikar.

The Principal of BIT, Dr Palakshappa K, welcomed the gathering. Justice N Santhosh Hegde, touched the heart of the audience by his motivational speech. He encouraged the students to build a society which boycotts corruption. He advised them to achieve contentment by avoiding greed. He reminded all of the audience that acquiring humanism is the way to enlightenment. He pointed out that greed is the reason for all modern day maladies and greed has chased away humanity in human beings. Hence creating greed free society is the need of the hour. Justice N Santhosh Hegde also shared his real life experience while working as Lokayukta.

Syed Mohammed Beary expressed his gratitude to all the people who contributed for the successful completion of 110 years in the education field. Beary also advised students to focus on civil service exams and reminded how a good civil service officer can bring changes. He advised the students that it was more important for them to have values and to be good to the society than aim for mere success.

Faizal Kottikollon in his speech said, to become happy we must know how other people are being happy. He also quoted that “Attitude determines the Altitude”. He also reminded us how modern technology can be used to curtail corruption and pave way for the government facilities to reach the masses.

Prof Gopal Mugeraya unveiled the BIT Memoir. He extended his support to BIT whenever it is needed. In his speech, he said to the engineering graduates to strive to become job creators, not job seekers. Prizes were given away to the best outgoing students of various departments.

All the graduating students were felicitated with an annual memoir book and memento. Heads of various departments, Prof Mustafa Basthikodi, Prof Abdul Rahman, Prof Rounaq Ahmed were also present to share the details of the graduating students.

The vote of thanks being delivered by the coordinator Dr Aziz Mustafa.

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