Hyderabad: “Education is not simply a tool for educating, gaining a degree, acquiring skills and getting jobs. It is a way of liberating and connecting ourself with everything around us. In a true sense education is a way to enlighten, think, reform and appreciate the whole creation. If we get this sense of appreciation in us and around us, education will serve purpose”. said, Prof. B. J. Rao, Vice-Chancellor, Hyderabad Central University, while delivering a lecture “Education for All” organized by the School of Education and Training (SE&T), Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) in connection with Teacher’s Day celebration.He advised students to give priority to what they want to learn and should study deeply which will make them an expert in their field.
He emphasized students to follow the pattern of Learn, Unlearn and Relearn as learning is a continuous process.
“Students should know the real purpose of education. The purpose of education is not only to get a degree but to make you aware of the purpose in life. Connecting the dots of knowledge is education. Contextualising is the key in your own situation,” he added.
Prof. Ainul Hasan said that teacher is a caravan and a good student is one who has questions in mind and who listens deeply.
He stressed upon creating individuals who will take India to the heights of success and wisdom and MANUU is committed in this direction.
Prof. Ishtiaque Ahmed, Registrar, Prof. Shugufta Shaheen, OSD-I and Prof. Siddiqui Mohd. Mahmood, OSD-II also addressed.
Prof. Syed Alim Ashraf, Dean, Students’ Welfare introduced DEEKSHARAMBH – Students Induction Programme 2023 on the occasion.
Earlier, Prof. M. Vanaja, Dean, SE&T and programme convenor delivered the welcome address.
Prof. Shaheen Altaf Shaikh, Head, Department of Education and Training & coordinator proposed vote of thanks. Dr. Akthar Parveen introduced the guest speaker whereas Dr. V S Sumi compered the programme.
The lecture was webcast live on IMC-MANUU YouTube channel.