Covid short-term, don’t panic: Indian envoy to college students

Washington, August 20

India’s Ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu has given a pep discuss to Indian college students right here and urged them to not panic over the “uncertainties” surrounding their educational periods, saying the Covid-19 pandemic is short-term.

Speaking to over 50 Indian college students in a digital interplay, Sandhu stated such unprecedented conditions ought to as a substitute encourage them to work more durable and contribute in the direction of a self-reliant fashionable, affluent and joyful India.

“The uncertainties, surrounding the academic session and adoption of novel teaching practices, by educational institutions in India as well as in the US may have seemed in-surmountable. However, do remember, the age-old saying tough times don’t last, tough people do,” Sandhu stated. Observing that such challenges are short-term, Sandhu urged the scholars to not be daunted by them and never quit pursuing their goals and aspirations.

“These unprecedented times should in fact inspire us to work harder and contribute towards building a self-reliant, modern, prosperous and happy India,” Sandhu stated. — PTI

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