Embrace work culture: Governor

Embrace work culture: Governor
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Dimapur, May 11: Nagaland Governor PB Acharya has stated that entrepreneurship is the only way to employ the youths of Nagaland the State as Government service sector has reached a saturation point.
Addressing the 21st parting social of Naga Students’ Union Dehradun today at the DugOut Longue, Dheradun, the Governor encouraged the students to take up skill courses in their academic curriculum to embrace work culture and be positive towards entrepreneurship.
Acharya also called on the student to continue working hard and to achieve their goals in empowering themselves with knowledge. He encouraged the students to be ‘game changers’ and socially accountable. He stated that students, when they come out, must be an asset to the society and be employable.
Stating the education was not a disease but the solution, he encouraged the students to complete their education and develop their community and society.
The programme was also attended by students’ union from neighboring North Eastern States. DFO, Tehri Forest Division, Dr Koko Rose, IFS was the special guest.
Nurses are the backbone of health care system
Meanwhile the Governor has greeted nurses on the occasion of International Nurses Day 2019, saying nurses are the backbone of the health care system.
In a message, the Governor valued the service and determination of all nurses working in the public and private sector of the State. He stated that International Nurses Day (IND) is celebrated around the world on May 12 (birth anniversary of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing) to mark the contributions of nurses to society.
Acharya stated serving humanity is one of the great commitment and nurses are in the forefront in the society. He said sufficient, adequately trained and motivated nurses are essential for the health of the population and encouraged nurses to give their best every day to save lives and care of their patients.
The Governor also called on the citizens of Nagaland to recognize all nurses for the dedicated work they do every day to achieve good health and life for everyone. (Page News Service)