Wednesday, June 7, 2023

DC Zunheboto encourages students to learn ‘employable skills’

Deputy Commissioner (DC) Zunheboto, Rahul Bhanudas Mali has encouraged students to not only excel in their studies but also learn “employable skills” so that they become self-reliant.
According to a DIPR report, the DC was speaking at the “Yuva Utsav” celebration organised by Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan Zunheboto under the Ministry of Youths Affairs and Sports government of India under the theme, “Panch Pran of Amrit Kaal” at Cornerstone Higher Secondary School Zunheboto, Thursday.
Cautioning the students against bad vices, Mali said choosing good over bad depends on each individual, and encouraged the students to avoid bad habits. He asked them to use technology for their own benefits and study purposes but not become addicted to it.
Stating that Naga youths are doing well in every field, he cited the examples of the recently declared results of HSLC and HSSLC, and UPSC exam where four Naga youths have qualified.
The DC also informed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had declared the next 25 years i.e., from 2022 – 2047 as “Golden years” and that in these years India would continue to develop rapidly.
Mali concluded his speech by citing the famous quote by Swami Vivekananda, “Youths are the backbone of our society”.
Additional Superintendent of Police Zunheboto, Vekhrolo Kosa encouraged the students and the teachers to focus on co-curricular activities as well.
In order to compete, he said one needs to upgrade their skills and added that those who have unique skills are recognised all over the world.
The programme was chaired by NYKS Zunheboto, Zakato L Zhimomi, welcome address was delivered by MD Cornerstone Higher Secondary School, Tokavi Swu, keynote address by DYO, NYKS Zunheboto, P Rebecca Rangnamei, speech on skill development by MGNF, Priyanka Kumari, and a special appearance by youth director PBC Zunheboto, Shikato Awomi. As part of the programme, students competed in different activities like cultural competitions, declamation, painting, poetry, and mobile photography contest.


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