Success depends on how a person utilises his time: Delhi LG

New Delhi, Sep 21 (UNI) Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Vinai Kumar Saxena said on Thursday that time does not make a person successful, but it depends on how a person makes the best use of his time which can lead to success.

The LG was addressing the 14th convocation of Jamia Hamdard, a distinguished institution accredited by NAAC in A+ certificate, at its Campus at Hamdard Nagar in South Delhi. He emphasised on the importance of Hindi and Urdu languages and encouraged students to envision a brighter future.

He said, “Time does not make a person successful, Instead it depends on a person as to how he makes the best use of their time that can leads to success. The colleges and universities may provide you with knowledge, but it depends on your intentions on what you must build and act upon.”

Saxena said, “My request to you is to strengthen your spiritual character focusing on your family, society and our beloved country. You should become the angles and warriors of nation building.”

He appreciated the services of the Jamia Hamdard in providing research and skill based quality higher with a special focus on women students. “It is evident from the passing out students and gold medal winners, the girls students outnumbered the boys,” he said.

The LG also brought home to the point that where India under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi showcased its capabilities with innovation with digital technologies. “The dignitaries who attended the G-20 Summit were amazed to see the India‚Äôs progress in the last 75 years,” he said.

He paid heartfelt tributes and appreciation to the enduring legacy of Hakeem Abdul Hameed Saheb, the founder of the Jamia Hamdard, by highlighting the timeless value of knowledge imparted by him.

Chancellor of Jamia Hamdard Janab Hammad Ahmed said, “This Convocation is a celebration of the spirit of learning and perseverance. We continue to uphold our institution’s rich values and commitment to academic excellence as we empower the next generation of leaders.”

The Convocation saw over 7900 students from the academic years 2019 to 2022 being conferred with degrees, including Undergraduates, Postgraduates, and Ph.D. recipients. The Vice Chancellor’s commitment to nurturing talent, fostering innovation and advancing knowledge across diverse disciplines shone brightly during this momentous occasion.

Vice Chancellor of Jamia Hamdard Prof M Afshar Alam said, “Today’s Convocation is a testament to our commitment to academic excellence and our resilience in the face of adversity. We take pride in our students’ achievements and remain dedicated to fostering innovation and knowledge across all fields.”

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