Director’s Desk

Mr. Ashutosh Deshwali has done his ME in CASDD (Computer Aided Structure Design & Drafting) from GEC, Ujjain. SGS is the name that inspires awe & respect in the field of technical education. It was established with a vision, to bring up a temple of learning in a traditional ‘Guru-Shishya parampara’. Developed as a family, it has pursued a unique path of molding bright minds, into young technocrats & managers, that are Indian in spirit and global in attitude.

Mr. Ashutosh Deshwali,SGSITS Ujjain

Engineering is an extremely noble profession and those aspiring to opt for it as a career get a chance to serve the society in a variety of ways such of as building infrastructure and latest products and gadgets thorough research and technology development to raise the living standard of common man, developing and launching satellites to improve communication and building software to manage huge amount of data and information so useful for large organization and society as a whole.
In order to excel in life a practicing engineer or professional should essentially have three important traits which determine your attitude and thus altitude you attain in life. Those traits are:

  • Intelligence Quotient which determines your analytical ability
  • Emotional Quotient which determines your relationship with people and ability to work in a team and
  • Spiritual Quotient which determines your capacity to forgive others.
  • In order to become a successful professional we ought to have positive thinking because it provides you immense power from within you are what you think and you feel what you want you want .All of our feeling, beliefs and knowledge are based on our internal thoughts, Both conscious and subconscious. Our present attitudes are habits built from the feedback of parents, friends, society and self, those from our self-image and our world-image. Those attitudes are maintained by the inner conversations, we constantly have with ourselves, both consciously and sub-consciously. The first step in changing our attitude is to change our inner conversations by following an approach of three C’s:
    • Commitment
    • Control
    • Challenge.

    Commitment: Make a positive commitment to yourself for learning work family friends nature, and other worthwhile causes. Praise yourself and others, Dream for success. Be enthusiastic.

    Control: Keep your mind focused on important things set goals and priorities for what you think and do. Visualize practicing your actions Develop a strategy for dealing with problems. Learn to relax. Enjoy success. Be honest with yourself.

    Challenge: Be courageous. Change and improve each day. Do your best and don’t look back. See learning and change as opportunities. Try new things consider several options. Meet new people. Ask lots of questions. Keep track of your mental and physical health. Be optimistic.

Mr. Ashutosh Deshwali

(Director)