Come out with flying colours

BANGALORE: “Students should cultivate a habit of specific aim during their studies. This will give them a sense of completeness when they come out of college,” said Dr Taranath S Sagar,

Published: 09th April 2012 07:34 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 10:27 PM   |  A+A-

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Dr Taranath S Sagar awarded degrees to students on the graduation day ceremony held at the Baldwin Methodist College

BANGALORE: “Students should cultivate a habit of specific aim during their studies.

This will give them a sense of completeness when they come out of college,” said Dr Taranath S Sagar, Bishop of South Indian Regional Conference, during the Graduation Day Ceremony, which was conducted on the premises of Baldwin Methodist College recently.

Speaking about the event, he said, “It is possible to involve yourself in extracurricular activities along with the curricular activities.

All of which are supplemental in taking our lives towards perfection.

Our studies and the method of acquiring knowledge should be to come out in flying colours in life, instead of just reading for exams.”

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