Infosys founder NR Narayana Murthy and GMR Group chairman Grandhi Mallikharjuna Rao look at the pictures posted on the ‘Dream Wall’ at Andhra University on Saturday. Andhra University Vice-Chancellor PVGD Prasad Reddy. | Photo Credit: KR DEEPAK
The success of any company depends on three things: reducing cost, increasing the speed of work and maintaining quality, said Infosys founder NR Narayana Murthy.
Mr. Narayana Murthy with the alumni of Andhra University at the Alumni Hall on the university grounds on Saturday.
Previously, in the Department of Science at the University of Engineering, Mr. Narayana Murthy in a ‘Dream Wall’.
The explanation about the ‘Dream Wall’ to Mr. Narayana Murthy, Vice-Chancellor PVGD Prasad Reddy said that the aim is to encourage the youth to dream big during their school days and strive to find a place in such bars.
The 80-ft. The Dream Wall has pictures of 22 high achievers from all over the world, added Prof. Prasad Reddy.
‘GMR is a living icon’
Addressing the large gathering of students at the event, Mr.
The youth should take inspiration from people like Mr. Malikharjuna Rao and others have many pictures displayed on the wall, he said.
“I have been to many countries, but I have never seen such walls. Andhra University has a very good idea for the welfare of students,” said Mr. Narayana Murthy.
In his speech, Mr. Mallikarjuna Rao, “You should not compare yourself with others. You should always try to make something special for yourself. All of us here, including Mr. Narayana Murthy, have reached this stage. after fighting many battles, and with dedication and hard work. Don’t give up even when facing difficulties and failures. Keep moving forward.”
Mr. Narayana Murthy to Andhra University Incubation Center, where he was briefed about his goals and achievements.
“The incubation center works on different topics and projects, and bridges the gap between business and students. It is also a platform for new entrepreneurs and startups,” said mr. Prasad Reddy.
Later, Mr. Narayana Murthy at the AP State Skill Development Corporation’s Center of Excellence.
Explaining its objective, the center’s principal, Pasumarthi Mallikarjuna Rao, said, “Students can enter the lab with an idea and leave the lab with a prototype of their idea.”