Sarbananda Sonowal, the Union Minister for Ports, Shipping, and Waterways, dedicated the Indian Marine University (IMU) Visakhapatnam campus to the nation on Thursday. It is Telugu states’ only government-run maritime institution.
The minister stated via virtual mode from the main branch in Chennai that the city’s new campus opened in 2019. The new campus has been finished and is now officially open. Nearly 240 students from across the country attend the university.
The Union Minister encouraged IMU students to work hard with dedication, tenacity, and commitment to succeed on the occasion of the launch of a marine engineering workshop in the presence of IMA Vice Chancellor Malini A Shankar. “If you want to get recognised, burn like the sun.”. There is no such thing as a quick fix when it comes to achieving success. If you want to reach your goal, you must work diligently. As a result, give everything you’ve got “He insisted on it.
He expressed his expectation that the IMA will play a key role in fostering education and training students in accordance with the Maritime India Vision 2030, which aspires to bring India to the forefront of the global maritime sector, among other things. Developing world-class mega ports, transhipment hubs, and port infrastructure modernization are among the initiatives mentioned in the MIV 2030 (Maritime India Vision). According to him, the Chennai port aims to become a major marine trading centre on a global scale
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At the Indian Maritime University in Chennai. https://t.co/UvTjYCGfBA— Sarbananda Sonowal (@sarbanandsonwal) December 23, 2021