Dear vishwakarma,

I have gone through the concept paper sent by you regarding formation of IITHES. Concept is excellent and to be taken forward. Initially a small team of educated class consisting of IAS, IPS, Engineers, Doctors, Scientists, Sociologists and Economists etc. to be constituted to go into the next level of registration of society.

I am willing to be a member of the team and extend all support to the proposed institute.

with best wishes,
Yours truly,
A.C.Mahalingachar RETD. Chief Engineer,
Hon. President KRVS, Bangalore,
National General Secretory ABVM.

Jun 6 (4 days ago)
Rathakrishnan S

to me

Dear Mr Lakshmi narayanan I read with intrest your paper reg our vk university Its my sincere prayer thathe dream should come true


Leaders participating in the third State-level Vishwakarma Jayanthothsava here on Saturday urged community members to enhance their skills by embracing modern education.

The jayanthothsava, held on the Maharaja's College Ground, was inaugurated by Oscar Fernandes, AICC general secretary and MP, who mooted the idea of establishing a university or a Vishwakarma Academy for the community members.

Mr. Fernandes noted the community members were proficient in many skills, which came to them naturally. But this had to be reinforced with modern education, so they could compete in the contemporary world. He appealed to the community leaders to conceive plans to establish academies and promised financial assistance through the MP funds.

Madhusudhan Mistry, Congress MP from Gujarat and also an AICC general secretary, urged the community members to fight for their rights and galvanise themselves into a solid political force. The community had a long history and tradition associated with skills and their contribution to the country in various fields was noteworthy, he added.

KPCC president G. Parameshwara mooted the idea of establishing an engineering college for members of the Vishwakarma community to promote modern technology. He said the community should not be deprived of modern and technical education.

The former Prime Minister, H.D. Deve Gowda, expressed solidarity with the community members and said he supported their demands for securing government benefits. Akhila Bharata Vishwakarma Mahasabha president K.P. Nanjundi criticised Chief Minister D.V. Sadananda Gowda for not attending the programme though he had promised to do so.

A.H. Vishwanath, Mysore MP; V. Srinivas Prasad, MLA; D.K. Shivakumar, MLA; R. Dhruvanarayan, Chamarajanagar MP, and other political leaders were present.

Earlier, a colourful procession with nearly 30 tableaus was taken out through the main streets of the city. Flower petals were showered from a helicopter on an idol of Vishwakarma. Performances by folk troupes added colour to the event.

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