New Delhi: Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari gave the mantra of success to the youth and said that till the dreams are not realized, do not take rest. Nitin Gadkari, who arrived at the 10th convocation of the Vignan Foundation for Science, Technology and Research on Thursday, called upon the students not to rest till they achieve their goals. He said that the youth should keep in mind that learning is a continuous process and it does not end immediately after graduating from the university.
Addressing the students, Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari expressed happiness over Vignen being included in the top 100 clubs in terms of national ranking and advised the students not to get complacent. He said that he should strive for future glory. He said, ‘Students should adopt discipline, innovative thinking and simple life so that they can touch more heights in their life.’ He said that it is a proud moment for India because many CEOs of multi national companies are Indians. He said that students should aspire to become global leaders and work hard to achieve the goals.
According to the news published in the Times of India, Minister Nitin Gadkari also reminded the students of the Prime Minister’s dream, in which PM Narendra Modi’s dream is that India can become a $ 5 trillion economy. Nitin Gadkari told the students that it can be difficult but not impossible. He said that the future lies in converting knowledge into wealth. He said that good leadership with vision is the need of the hour. He said that rainwater harvesting would solve many water problems in the country.
Nitin Gadkari further said that the production of edible oil should be increased and regretted that the country is spending sixteen lakh crores on fossil fuels. He advised that fuel should be generated from agricultural products to make Annadata a power provider. He advised the students to focus on the production of ethanol and green hydrogen. Gadkari advised the students to become job creators instead of seeking employment.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : September 23, 2022, 08:40 IST