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The President expressed satisfaction with the university's emphasis on research, innovation, and technology development, noting the faculty's substantial contributions with over 60 patents granted by the Indian Patent Office.
The university's Incubation Center aims to foster a culture of start-ups among students, fostering an entrepreneurial spirit.
The importance of addressing local problems through research and innovation was stressed by the President, urging students and faculty to implement their findings to make a tangible difference.
Murmu highlighted the significance of global interconnectedness, advocating for interdisciplinary studies and international collaborations as crucial components for overcoming global challenges.
The President cautioned about the dual nature of technology, emphasizing its responsible use, citing the benefits and potential harm, especially pointing out concerns like Deepfake through the misuse of artificial intelligence.
She noted that continuous learning is crucial, especially in the fast-evolving technological landscape, encouraging students to maintain their curiosity and dedication to ongoing learning.
Murmu encouraged students to view themselves as assets to the nation and society, advising them to face challenges with knowledge, confidence, and a supportive network while maintaining faith in their abilities to shape the future of India.