Telangana: 14 Social and Tribal Welfare Students made it to National Forensic Sciences University
For the first time, 14 students of Telangana social and tribal welfare residential educational institutions created a record of sorts by securing admission in National Forensic Sciences University, Gujarat, and truly a defining moment in the career path of first generation learners from the most deprived sections of the society.
Of the 14 students, 10 are from social welfare and the remaining 4 are from tribal welfare residential educational institutions. These selected students will pursue M.Tech (Cyber Security) five-year integrated course at National Forensic Sciences University.
Poor marginalized backgrounds and corona pandemic didn’t deter the students’ determination to succeed in academics and choosing a stellar career for themselves. “In recent years, TSWREIS and TTWREIS students have been seeking new paths in their endeavor to become confident and skillful global professionals” said Ronald Rose, Secretary, TSWREIS and TTWREIS, while congratulating the successful students.
He further remarked, thanks to the Government of Telangana for opening up plethora of opportunities and top-class coaching camps and career guidance cells for students in higher education and helping them to secure seats in top-notch universities across India and making them reach great positions in life.