My dear Students,
I would like to narrate one life story to you. It was in the year 2010. The story is about a student who hails from Hindupur of Anantapur district. He studied upto 5th class in Telugu Medium. He told me that he would study in English medium from 6th standard. I granted him admission. His father is a lorry driver while his mother is a housewife and both are illiterates. Tharun Kumar is a hardworking student, focused and oriented in learning and achieving a high rank. He secured first rank in 10th, won the state Award, in intermediate too, secured rank and he joined Bangalore University and secured rank and today, he got the first rank in Bio-Chemistry in Postgraduate from Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupathi. Tharun is a very unique student with a high potential.
You are very unique and you have a lot of penitential. Since March 17, you are confined and your exposure to the world is very limited. The invisible Cornana Virus controls us
The year 2020 is very unique on account of this virus. In this context, we celebrate Children’s Day and Deepavali. Deepavali, the festival of light, dispels darkness and it is our hope and belief. In the context of Corana virus, we pray to God, the god of light to dispel darkness.
We celebrate Children’s day, the birthday day of Esteemed Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. I wish you all a happy birthday and a very happy children’s day.
Mahatma Gandhi will have his name in the history. Nehru will have his name in the history. Dr. Abdul Kalam will have his name in the history. Tharun will have his name in the history. Cornana virus and other obstacles will come and go. I want you my dear students to have your name in the history and believe that you are capable of doing and achieving something unique. Dream big, build up your will power, improve upon them with a clear goal and do wonders. Have a great day and we , the staff, miss you a lot.