Srivilliputhur, Dec 16:
The syllabus that prevails in the present-day school education should be able to identify the problems, to increase knowledge in solving problems and also to create innovations, addressed the Ramanathan Ramanan, Director NITI, Atal Innovation Mission, New Delhi at the inaugural function of the T.Kalasalingam endowment lecture, at the university, here. on Saturday.
He said the syllabus were bound to get marks and it had to be changed by keeping in pace with advanced technologies like IOT, 3F Printing, Robotic and Artificial intelligence, as India had been making a vast development in Global Economy with the increase in the Gross Domestic Product.
The endowment lecture series inaugural function was held in the presence of the university’s chancellor Dr K.Sritharan. The University’s Vice president Dr S. Shasi Anand gave welcome address .
Pro chancellor DrS.Arivalagi, Board member Dr Chandrakanth koktae, Vice chancellor Dr Nagaraj, Registrar Dr V.Vasudevan, Ramkumar and Geetha Ramanathan gave felicitations.
Deans , HODs, Professors , Researchers and students participated and Vice Chancellor Dr Nagaraj gave away of vote of thank