Chennai: Highlighting the importance of learning, Anna University Vice-Chancellor M K Surappa said it is continuous process for students.
Delivering 15th graduation day address at MEASI Academy of Architecture here Saturday, he spoke about developing trends and digital intervention in architectural profession.
The Vice-Chancellor distributed degrees to 149 graduates and university rank certificates and medals to 19 graduates, who secured top ranks in Anna University exams.
MEASI chairman and Prince of Arcot, Nawab Mohammed Abdul Ali, in his presidential address urged the graduates to fulfill their dreams and work towards the betterment of the poor and uphold integrity and secular values of the country.
He regretted that the concept of education was restricted to just acquiring degrees and certificates and no attempt was being made to ensure decency and dignity in public and private life. The Prince of Arcot administered the pledge to the graduates.
MEASI Academy director N Atlaf Ahmed, honorary secretary T Rafeeq Ahmed and honorary treasurer Elias Sait participated.