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The President of India Shri. Ramnath Kovind in his very first speech said: The India of the 21st century will be one that is in conformity with our ancient values as well as compliant with the fourth industrial revolution. The new industrial revolution is marked by emerging technology breakthroughs like artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, the internet of things (IoT), big data analytics, deep machine learning, blockchain, nanotechnology, genomics, and so on. Everything we love about civilization is a product of intelligence. So amplifying our intelligence with artificial intelligence has the potential of helping civilization flourish like never before as long as we keep technology beneficial. Technology and the new normal teaching practices are not only trying to find ways of motivating learners and encouraging the development of self–efficacy but also acts as a disruptive tool for emerging a new system of education. If we do not change our direction, we are likely to end up where we have headed. Rote learning, test-taking, drill, and repetition activities have been pushed back by 21st-century high-order thinking skills. Students should realize that they should develop their thinking strategies for synthesizing, analyzing, reasoning, comprehending, applying, and evaluating which are required for solving problems. Our prime objective is to bring creativity beyond curriculum-based activity. The scholastic pressures should not pose as a stumbling block to the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings of creativity. It should hit human thinking and emotions like a tidal wave. The success of the Majlis Model in the higher education scenario in its category stands testimony to the cherished ideal of “individual commitment to a group effort”- the winning mantra of every project. Gratitude is a currency that we can mint for ourselves and spend without fear of bankruptcy. The college management committee, students, staff, parents, alumni, former principals, and former staff members - there are many stalwarts who deserve our profound sense of gratitude. I wish all the best to you in your future endeavors. 


Dr. Mohammed Kutty Kakkakunnan