Empowering Dreams: Keonjhar Students Set to Soar at Curtin University, Australia

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Published By : Prameya News Bureau | September 05, 2023 IST

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Bhubaneswar, Sept 5: In a remarkable commitment to education, the Keonjhar District Administration is set to propel five bright students from the Government College of Engineering (GCE), Keonjhar, into the global spotlight. These exceptional students, having successfully completed their B-Tech in mining engineering, are embarking on an educational journey of a lifetime - pursuing higher studies at Curtin University, Australia.

The Keonjhar District Administration is covering all expenses, including travel and living costs, through the District Mineral Foundation (DMF) fund. This initiative underscores the administration’s unwavering dedication to fostering educational excellence and empowering the youth of Keonjhar. This is for the first time that such initiative has been taken by a District with a global University.

The students, namely Minarbha Sahoo, Advik Kumar, Aquib Ahmed, Gitish Sekhar Nayak, and Saroj Kumar Biswakarma, will be pursuing their Master of Professional Engineering in Mining at the prestigious Curtin University, specifically at the West Australian School of Mines: Minerals, Energy, and Chemical Engineering (WASM: MECE), affiliated with Curtin University.

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, in a heart-warming interaction with these aspiring scholars at Naveen Niwas, expressed his delight and offered his best wishes. He encouraged them to study hard and passionately pursue their career goals.

Curtin University stands as a global beacon of academic excellence, boasting strong industry connections, high-impact research, and innovative course offerings. Notably, it has consistently ranked second in the QS World University Rankings by Subject for Mineral and Mining Engineering for seven consecutive years. The partnership between the Keonjhar District Administration and the West Australian School of Mines: Minerals, Energy, and Chemical Engineering is a strategic move aimed at nurturing local talent and preparing them for leadership roles in the mining industry.

As part of the 5T Initiative, Keonjhar District Administration is focusing on Transformation in Education as well as in other sectors. This collaboration with Western Australia School of Mines, Curtin University, Australia opens up the best in the world educational opportunity to our students from Keonjhar. This will inspire other students to focus and built a better career in future: Ashish Thakare, Collector Keonjhar.

By equipping these students with cutting-edge knowledge and skills in mining engineering, Keonjhar aspires to become a model of academic excellence and responsible resource management.

The collaboration between Keonjhar and Curtin University is a testament to the transformative power of education and visionary leadership. It serves as an inspiration to other students and underscores the commitment of the administration to building a brighter future for the youth.

During the interaction with the Chief Minister, VK Pandian, 5T Secretary, and Ashish Thakare, Collector & District Magistrate of Keonjhar, were present.

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