It is great to hear that the institute has made significant progress in both its infrastructure and academics, especially in terms of developing well-balanced curricula and laboratories. As you rightly pointed out, in today's knowledge age, intellectual competitiveness is crucial for success and leadership.
We just don’t orate out but also compose it. The path to achieving any worthwhile goal or aspiration requires three essential elements: hard work, stick-to-itiveness, and common sense. Success is simply not possible without effort and always demands, dedicating oneself fully to the task at hand, staying focused, and being willing to put in the time and effort required to make progress. We fabricate our postulants to stay committed to their goals, even in the face of setbacks, obstacles, and challenges.
Experience is what polishes the rough edges and thus we believe in having a practical understanding of how things work, being able to make sound judgments, and making wise decisions based on available information. Embracing these principles and putting them into practice, lands the students unlocking their potential and achieving great things.