HELPING HANDS NAGALAND CHAPTER TO BE LAUNCHED TODAY
The special commissioner & ADGP of Delhi police, Robin Hibu on Saturday, exhorted the students by stating that they should be ready to put in hard work and not be deterred by deprivations, if they aspire to become someone in life.
In a press release, LFI information desk stated that Robin Hibu was speaking at a career seminar-cum-pep talk for college students of Dimapur and adjoining areas at Livingstone Foundation International (LFI), Dimapur.
In his address, he shared the journey of becoming the first IAS officer from Arunachal Pradesh despite coming from a marginal family.
In this regard, he challenged the students to sacrifice their comfortable life and social obligations, and asked them aim for the best career.
He also motivated the students by advising them not to follow the crowd but to make a mark in a career of their choice.
Robin Hibu also highlighted various career options including fashion, IT, education, horticulture, entrepreneurship, which he said should become the focus in a modern generation instead of opting for traditional career options like medicine, engineering and civil services.
Robin Hibu, who is also the founder and president of Helping Hands India, informed that Helping Hands Nagaland will become the nodal centre for ALS Scholarship Examinations through which, students can receive lucrative scholarships to pursue their dreams of becoming a civil servant.
Briefing the gathering on Helping Hands, president of Helping Hands Nagaland and LFI chairman, Dr. Andrew Ahoto Sema said that Helping Hands was a humanitarian organisation working for the welfare of the downtrodden and needy, especially from the North Eastern Region.
Dr. Andrew informed that Helping Hands was a charitable non-profit non-government organisation with core principles including shared vision and goals, collaboration and sharing, mutual respect and joint investment of efforts.
Earlier, Robin Hibu and his wife, Dr. Gampi Padu Hibu and established entrepreneur from South India, Sunil Chabbra were welcomed and felicitated by Dr. Andrew Ahoto Sema.
It may be mentioned that the special commissioner will launch Helping Hands Nagaland Chapter on October 23, at LFI.