VICE-CHANCELLOR OF the Allahabad University (AU) Prof Rajen Harshe on Saturday said success did not mean obtaining a degree or getting an award. “It means change in attitude and understanding the essence of work,” he said.
He was delivering the convocation address at the Tooker Hall of Ewing Christian College (ECC). Prof Harshe said, “Success means devotion.” Harshe said life had become very competitive. “Thus, the students should sort out their problems to face the challenges,” he added
He said residents of Allahabad had set examples in the past, and should work hard to regain the past glory. Besides civil services, the students should join the corporate world, he added. He said quality of work should to be ensured and laid stressed on the need to develop work culture. The programme started with guard of honour presented by the NCC cadets to the VC.
Bishop AR Stephen recited the prayer followed by college song.
ECC principal Dr Marwin Massey welcomed the guests and presented a report on the college. The VC presented the degrees, medals and certificates to the meritorious students. Chairman, Board of Directors, ECC Society, Rev AR Stephen blessed the students. The programme was conducted by Dr Massey.