Governor launches My Northeast App

Governor launches My Northeast App
Nagaland Governor P B Acharya (File Photo)
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Dimapur, March 16: Governor of Nagaland, PB Acharya Friday launched My Northeast App at St. Joseph College, Jakhama. My Northeast App is an application with the latest news on jobs, education and infotainment.
In his address, the Governor stated that empowerment by education is a necessity for the development of a country. He encouraged students to go for professional courses and to be up to date with the world and technology.
The Governor called on the students to share their knowledge for the welfare and development of the society and to build an economically strong Nagaland. “Students when they come out of universities and institutions should be able to stand on their feet and make the economy of the State strong,” he stated.
Acharya hoped that the My Northeast App will help the students in getting necessary information regarding admissions to various institutions, job opportunities, etc.
Director, Department of Higher Education, Kuholi Chishi encouraged the students to make the best use of the app and upgrade and update oneself with the facilities provided by the app. She also said that not just St. Joseph College but the entire student community will benefit from the app.
CEO, My Northeast App, Prakash explaining the application said that many northeast students are deprived of opportunities due to lack of information. The app will provide information on international/ national entrance exams and scholarships; local, corporate and government job details. The app also has a call centre for providing information and any queries of the students.
My Northeast App caters mainly to bring awareness on the people of North East India – be it central or corporate jobs or civil service examination, public sector jobs or private sector jobs, NGOs, different national and international scholarships and entrance examinations, fellowships deadlines, current affairs and other useful information that normally skips the eye. (Page News Service)