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Secretary to CM (5T) V.K. Pandian interacted with the colleges students of Khordha

Bhubaneswar: 21/8/23: Secretary to CM (5T) V.K. Pandian interacted with the colleges students of Khordha district.

He informed them regarding the Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik approval for inclusion of 70 higher secondary schools and 38 degree colleges of the district under 5T transformation programme at a cost of Rs 66.75 crore.

He conveyed the vision of Chief Minister for creating of “Nua Odisha” and efforts towards transformation of the state. He emphasised that the students will be the main force towards making of a “Nua Odisha”. He motivated them to aim high and work hard to achieve the goals.

He assured support of government towards providing them all facilities for their studies. He encouraged them to focus on personality development. Physical fitness and mental strength are key parameters of success. He asked them to exercise for at least 30 min everyday and do meditation for 15 min daily.Students from across all the government and aided colleges in Khordha attended the program. They were quite motivated by the speech and promised Pandian that they will study well and make Odisha proud with their achievements.

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