DIMAPUR, JANUARY 16: Englan Range Students Union held its 28th General Conference on Thursday at New Riphyim village, with Orenthung Lotha, Deputy Commissioner of Wokha as special guest and R Chanchithung Kithan, Asst. Professor at Mt. Tiyi College Wokha, as the theme speaker.
A press release from the organizers informed that Lotha enlightened the gathering on the reality of today’s generation. He observed that socio-economic changes in Englan Range were taking a positive turn.
He stated that the present pandemic situation is a wakeup call for the people and urged the gathering to extend their cooperation in the vaccination drive refraining from all rumours and mis-information that will result in negative outlook towards the healthcare and frontline workers.
The special guest also advocated the right usage of social networking sites and urged the students to make use of appropriate technology gaining the required knowledge in their pursuit of excellence.
He also maintained that a severe and more damaging pandemic may develop in the near future. Therefore he encouraged the gathering to adopt precaution by saving and protecting the environment.
Speaking on the theme ‘Work is Worship’, Kithan said that work is something that we all do, all through life.
Quoting St. Pope John Paul II, he remarked, ‘Love your work, and love the people with whom you work. From love and goodness will spring also your joy and your satisfaction.’
He also asserted that the division of labour is indispensable for the proper functioning of society and everyone is not capable of doing all sorts of work.
Strict COVID-19 SOPs were followed throughout the entire session, it stated.
(Page News Service)