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CVSU conference held

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Dimapur, January 12: The Chekiye Village Students' Union (CVSU) held its annual conference 2018 today on  the theme "strive for excellence".

Class-I Contractor, Z  Kasheto Yeptho attended the conference as chief guest while Vikali Zhimomi, Director, We for Women was the speaker of the one-day event.

Observing the presence and encouragement of parents and village elders at the conference, Kasheto said parents and elders must continually encourage, guide and mould the younger generations to become responsible members of the society.

Being cooperative, punctual and discipline are there very essential inborn qualities that every student must put into practice in their every day activities. 

He said these three qualities would help them a long way in their lives. Reiterating that we are living in a cut-throat competitive world and only those who are excellent will be absorbed into all opportunities that would come along and those with simple pass certificates would not fit into anything, Kasheto therefore reminded the students it is a must for younger generations to acquire quality education and encouraged them to aim high and study hard with dedication so as to excel in any subject they opt for by making best use of the access they have to all the information worldwide.  Students must also not forget the fact of how their parents toil and suffer to give them better education so that they become successful in life, he added.

He further stated that academic career is the post important phase of one's life; one will be rewarded with opportunity in accordance with the volume of education and knowledge that one acquire during student life.

Pointing out that morality is also one important aspect of one's life, he called upon the students to uphold moral values of life and let others respect your character but let no one look you down because of your morality, behaviour or dressing.

Stressing on corruption, chief guest said corruption has become so intense in our society that is was a high time for each and every individual including the students to find out where the root cause of corruption lies and uproot it from our society once and for all if we are to ensure a progressive society for generations to come. He was of the view that supporting the movement of clean election campaign initiated by NBCC would be a right step towards cleaning up corruption from our state. 

(Page News Service)

 


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