155 students graduate, including NU English Top 1 from Don Bosco College Kohima
Kohima, July 17: Altogether 155 graduates, including Nagaland University Top 1 in English for 2022 were felicitated during the fifth graduation day of Don Bosco College (DBC) Kohima held in the auditorium of DBHSS Kohima on Saturday.
The graduates from the college include 51 in Political Science, 30 in History, 29 in English, 27 in Education and 19 in Sociology. The University topper in English is Ankita Priyadarshani.
They were honoured with citations and trophies.
Exhorting the new graduates of the DBC Kohima, Nagaland University Pro-Vice Chancellor Prof. N Venuh said the most important factor to be a successful man and woman is determination, positive attitude and self discipline.
Expressing that the Naga society is a confused society without any clarity, he encouraged the students to have a clear aim with positive thinking, and strong determination to achieve their dream. He further asked them to be honest and sincere in whatever they do.
He said that while everyone has God gifted talent but it is for oneself to choose the right one in life.
He went on to state that as educated youngsters they should not be blaming the policy makers for unemployment but as educated people they have to analyze what is going wrong.
As a graduate, one has to be able survive oneself and not to be dependent only on government avenues, he said.
Meanwhile, he also congratulated the students for achieving another step in life while also lauding the college staff and parents for their support in the life of students. The NU Pro-Vice Chancellor also opined that those going for further studies specially Post Graduate should not do so for another degree but have the object of attaining further knowledge.
Delivering the valedictorian speech, Ankita Priyadarshani thanked the college authorities, lecturers and staff for not just imparting education but also preparing them for the future challenges.
Assistant Professor and Controller of Examination DBCK Kezienuo delivering the graduation report said that out of the 156 students who appeared the examinations only one could not clear it due to ill-health during the examination period.
DBCK Principal Fr Dr P. Suresh delivered the welcome address while Dean of Students Affairs, DBCK Zavelu Vero tendered the vote of thanks. Special numbers were presented by Jennifer of 5th Semester and Elizabeth & friends.
(Page News Service)