Speaking on the occasion Ramalakshmi threw light on the role and importance of women in the printing and packaging sector. She said that compared to other sectors the role and participation of women in printing sector is remarkably low. As women are marching ahead and making a name for herself in other sectors of career the printing sectors is still counting on one or two names like Amila Singhvi of IPP. She said we need more women to make a mark in this field and balance the participation.
She added that there is a need to spread awareness among women to take up this field as a career. As today's scenario witnesses a momentous growth in printing and packaging sector the scope for career in this field also sees a remarkable rise.
Nizamappas in his speech thanked his wife as the reason behind his success and added that the old adage of ‘there is a woman behind every successful man’ holds true. He also donated the institute an air conditioner as a token of gratitude.
Muralikrishniah Napa, principal of IPT pointed out that since its establishment in 1926 the institute has produced many successful print professionals and entrepreneurs. He also lauded the role of women in print and stressed on the need for more women to take printing as a career.
The event also saw female students of the institute rewarded for their excellence in academics.