Muffakham Jah College of Engineering and Technology (MJCET) celebrated its annual sports day in the Banjara Hills that witnessed the magnanimous presence of the chief guest, Telangana Deputy Chief Minister Mahmood Ali who stressed on the improvement and reinforcement of the standard of education in the state. The event also saw the presence of dignitaries like Sultan-ul-Uloom Education Society (SUES) Vice Chairman Mohammed Waliullah, Treasurer Mir Akbar Ali Khan, Naseem Nathani, Ibrahim Ali Siddiqui, Mohammed Jaffar, Anupama Koneru, Vibha Ashathana, Amir Javeed.
RV Chandravadhan, IAS, the keynote speaker addressed the gathering and said, “Although the engineering colleges in the state started on a bright note, their ascent was discontinued with three casualties; the first casualty has been to compromise the standards, the second casualty has been lack of trained faculty, and the third is the inability to provide adequate infrastructure required to run an engineering institution”. He further added that certain minority institutions in the city, have managed to maintain high standards in the field of education and urged the students to “not just be an engineer but a pioneer engineer and a role model from day one” warning them of the rising attrition levels in their profession.
Sultan-ul-Uloom Education Society Secretary, Zafar Javeed said the goals of Telangana CM could be achieved if the government focused on lower age groups at rural level, groom them as they grow up to help them outperform the competition when they graduate.