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Kovind urges educational institutions to help find solutions to problems related to their surroundings

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Stressing that education was the foundation of the country, President Ram Nath Kovind said here yesterday that true education, apart from providing technical skills, made people aware of their responsibilities towards society by building an ethical character.
 
"And this is the real contribution of education to the nation," he said in his address at the 14th convocation of the Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology (MNNIT) here.
 
Mr. Kovind said that, if students use their talent and knowledge in everyday life, they will be able to advance their prospects in a balanced and rounded manner and also contribute to society. 
 
He said that MNNIT should help find comprehensive solutions to problems related to its surroundings. 
 
"For instance, its students could contribute to the Namami Gange campaign by making technical suggestions," he said.
 
He was also happy to note that MNNIT has set up an Entrepreneurship Cell, the aim of which is to produce job creators. 
 
Mr. Kovind expressed happiness at the fact that since 2007 the Institute has the status of an “Institute of National Importance”. He noted that talented students from this institution are contributing impressively across the country and abroad. 
 
MNNIT, he said, should now set itself the goal of figuring in global rankings of best technology institutions.
 
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