While attending the centenary celebrations of the Harcourt Butler Technical University (HBTU), President Ram Nath Kovind said the participation of girl students is not satisfactory in the field of technical education.

On Thursday, President Ram Nath Kovind spoke at the Harcourt Butler Technical University’s (HBTU) centennial festivities. “Our country has improved its technological credibility, but we still have an extended thanks to going.” Students at technical institutes like HBTU should be instilled with the spirit of creativity and entrepreneurship. Students should learn an environment from the beginning during which they will contribute to the country’s progress by becoming “job givers” instead of “job seekers,” in keeping with Kovind.

Girls should participate in technical education President Kovind
Girls should participate in technical education President Kovind

President Ram Nath Kovind is pushing girls to pursue technical education.

The president stated that he had visited convocations at numerous educational institutions across the country which the performance of ladies was particularly noteworthy. However, he claims that the participation of female students in technical education is insufficient.

He stated that HBTU has been recognized for its contributions within the domains of oil, paint, plastics, and food technology which the institution’s magnificent past is tied to India’s industrial progress from the start of the 20 th century.

The president’s advice to the HBTU

In relevancy of HBTU’s present placement within the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF), the president stated that every one stakeholder should strive to position the university among the highest 25 within the country by the year 2047. within the Swachh Survekshan Awards 2021, he stated that Kanpur jumped from 173rd place in 2016 to 21st place in 2021.

He advocated for creating the goal of city cleanliness a public movement, citing Indore as an example of a city that constantly ranks first within the country in terms of cleanliness. Meanwhile, Governor Anandiben Patel published a book about the institution’s history and gave the primary copy to the president.