AP Private University students get ‘excellent placements’

If not for his leadership and proactive approach towards attracting investments to Andhra Pradesh during his previous term as the Chief Minister, students from private universities of state wouldn’t have seen brighter jobs or even opportunities. 
In fact, it is a proud moment for the state and former CM and TDP President N. Chandrababu Naidu to see how these students are bagging great annual packages as part of their placements. 
In a tweet, Chandrababu revealed that students who are pursuing education from institutions in Amaravati have secured placements ranging from Rs. 40 lakh to Rs. 50 lakh per annum. “Many students have also secured admissions into reputed universities abroad making their parents proud. It makes me feel happy to see these youngsters graduate with their heads held high,” he tweeted. 
These are the fruits of our vision to make Amaravati the educational hub of South India, he said, reiterating his vision to make Andhra Pradesh an educational hub. 
Naidu congratulated all the students who got placed and all their parents for their efforts. Naidu also appreciated the educational institutions in Amaravati.
During his tenure between 2014 and 2019, Naidu had envisioned Amaravati as the education and business hub. He had planned to make Amaravati as the Capital City of the Sunrise State of Andhra Pradesh. However, the plans were changed soon after CM Jaganmohan Reddy came to power and unleashed his destructive decisions, breaking down the hope of a brighter capital and dampening growth opportunities of the state. 
Jagan’s decision to have three capitals and politicising Amaravati as a region belonging to just one community, has affected the business opportunities in Amaravati to an irreparable extent. That has in turn driven investors out of the state which also puts the state’s economy in further jeopardy. 

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