Kodaikanal, Nov 25:
The responsibilities of women to the society is not complete the moment they passed out from colleges and received degrees and their contributions should continue, appealed Judge S.Vimala while addressed at the 27th Convocation of the Mother Teresa University, held at the university’s campus in Keezhakuilkudi on Saturday.
Judge Vimala who was the Special Guest of the function, asked the women graduates who received degrees, that they should come forward to impart their knowledge to youngsters and also should strive for getting justice even to common man. Women should also should shoulder the responsibilities of protecting nature and must rise their voice whenever it was affected, said Judge Vimala.
Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit who is also the Chancellor of Mother Teresa University, distributed 221 degrees which included 47 doctorates. It is worth while to note that this year as many as 9925 persons had successfully completed their degree courses from the Women University.
Earlier the university’s Vice Chancellor K.Valli who welcomed the gatherings expressed her satisfaction over the University becoming popular with more and more women students enrolling their names for higher education in colleges. She also said that she felt happy, that the infrastructure of the university getting expanded and hoped that in the coming years, the University would be placed in highest rank among other universities in the country. She had also thanked the Central Government for sanctioning Rs 20 crores to the university under its Rusa Plan.
District Collector S.Natarajan, University Registrar A.Suganthi, various committee members of the university and thousands of students attended the convocation.