Advising the students to get rid of colonial mind set of looking for government jobs, the governor said that government jobs are limited and many of jobs are unproductive. One must become entrepreneurs, which is essential for progress of the nation.

“You must not be job seeker but should be a job creator,” the governor emphasized.

The Governor, who paid a visit to the institute on Friday, exhorted the students to think in new ways to find solution to existing challenges of society. He said that innovation is not about doing different things but doing things differently. It is about solving the problem with simple technologically feasible and acceptable creative solution, a Raj Bhawan communiqué informed.
Underscoring the importance of discipline amongst the students, Sharma said that discipline leads to respect for each other, which in turn creates peace and harmony in the campus and in the society.
The Governor, who was addressing the students on the platform of Recreational and Cultural Activities Forum (RACAF) of NERIST, appreciated proactive role of RACAF in promoting creative aspect of the students in areas of Art, culture, music and dance.


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