CSUD celebrates Silver Jubilee

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Dimapur, March 2: Chakhesang Students’ Union Delhi (CSUD) celebrated its Silver Jubilee on the theme “Rooted towards prospective prosperity” with Neiba Kronu, on’ble Minister, Planning & Coordination, Land Revenue and Parliamentary Affairs, Government of Nagaland as the Guest of Honour and Kuzholuzo (Azo) Nienu, Member of Nagaland Legislative Assembly as the Special Guest.
The Speaker of Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) and the President of Chakhesang Students’ Union also were special invitees of the programme which was hosted at Nagaland House, 29, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam road, New Delhi on March 1.
Neiba Kronu in his address lauded CSUD for 25 years of its existence. He reminded the students that they were fortunate to be studying in Delhi which is not only the capital but the centre of learning. Comparing the times to when he was a student, he stated that the generation today had ample opportunities just waiting to be grasped.
Neiba advised the students that while technology has greatly revolutionized our lives and has made the world a global village, one has to be careful that technology does not control them.
Taking the current employment scenario of Nagaland into context, he spoke about the alarming number of educated unemployed people, and he encouraged that one must not only look for government jobs but also explore several other avenues.
Neiba also released the Jubilee Souvenir compiling the history, articles and a photo gallery of the Union and its activities throughout the years.
Azo in his address congratulated the CSUD on having completed 25 years. He emphasized that the goal of the students was to pursue studies, and thereby he asked them to give their best efforts and put faith and confidence in God Almighty.
Azo reminded the students that it was imperative that they remain focused on their actual purpose to ensure that they do not regret in future.
He went on to advice the students that while a degree was important, in the advanced and populated world of the present times, leading the art of survival has become more important than getting a degree and this can be achieved only when a person has confidence, believes in God Almighty, and trusts in God’s plan.
He urged the students to learn the art of swimming before getting drowned and to learn the art of fishing rather than buy fish everyday with their parent’s money.
Earlier, the Presidential Address was delivered by Lhoukute Venuh, President, Chakhesang Students’ Union Delhi and the Vote of Thanks was delivered by V Reuben Thiessen Nyekha, General Secretary, Chakhesang Students’ Union Delhi.
(Page News Service)