In a rapidly changing
society with new technology and inventions management students have the
responsibility to be engines of society by converting knowledge into
wealth to give shape to the nation. This was stated by Union Minister
for Road transport ,National Highways and Shipping Shri Nitin Gadkari
while addressing management students as Welingkar Institute’s” We School
”convocation programme in Mumbai today .He however cautioned students
that making money should be secondary for them and priority should be
given to innovation ,research and vision .He asked students to be
sympathetic towards the poor who cannot afford one time meal .
Sharing his own experience about the construction of the Bandra –Worli
Sea link and building of 52 bridges and 55 flyovers Mr Gadkari said that
this work was done because of strong political will, appropriate vision
,fast track decisions ,time management and team work .He stated that
while working if rules become obstacles they should not be broken but
can be bent for public good .