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Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan hails India’s G20 Presidency as historic opportunity

Hyderabad, January 10th, 2023: Hon’ble Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan on Tuesday stated that India assuming the G20 Presidency as the historic opportunity to showcase our

country and its unique diversity at the global level.

“India is now enjoying the global spotlight and is being looked at for offering global

leadership,” she said.

The Governor was addressing the Awards Presentation ceremony for the State level

competitions held on the theme of India’s G20 Presidency at Raj Bhavan, here.

She appreciated the students for their overwhelming participations in the competitions

and for excelling with their in-depth understanding of the G20 in the context of India’s


Referring to the G-20 theme, Vasudaiva Kutumbakam, Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan

stated that the theme reflects India’s age-old tradition of treating the world as one and

highlighted the concept of “One Earth. One Family. One Future. India is now leading the most powerful group of nations and basking in the global recognition is the dream of our freedom fighters, she added.

Exhorting the students to aim high, she told them not to get depressed at facing small

challenges in their path to realise their goals.

The Governor advised the parents and teachers to repose confidence and capabilities

of the students and encourage them to achieve greater heights in life.

“Every child is born with unique potential. It is our (teachers and parents) duty to help

them realise their full potential by creating conducive conditions,” she added. Later, the Governor presented the awards and prizes to the winners of elocution, essay writing, and poster competition on the theme of India’s G20 Presidency.

Around 500 students representing various universities in the State took part in the

competitions. Faculty from Osmania University acted as the judges for various competitions and selected the winners.Senior officials of the Raj Bhavan, faculty from various universities, and others were present.


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