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Kitsubozou felicitates 82 successful candidates, including NPSC crackers

Dignitaries, officials of Kitsubozou Panchayat, Youth Society and successful candidates pose for lens.

Kohima, July 23: The Kitsubozou Youth Society (KYS) today felicitated 82 successful High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) and Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) examinations 2022 and two NPSC achievers from the ward.
Speaking on the occasion, Kitsubozou Panchayat chairman Vimhalie Pienyü lauded their hard work in achiving success.
Exhorting them, he said passing HSLC/HSSLC is not the end but a beginning towards bigger responsibility and to become someone in the society.
He advised them to choose their stream carefully and not go after friends so that they do not regret in future.
Choosing the course is very important, he said while also encouraging them to be diligent and hardworking. Be self-disciplined and self-control in every sphere of life, he said.
He further asked them to always respect the elders and leaders in the society.
Meanwhile, Pienyü also encouraged the failed students not be disheartened but give more efforts to attain success.
Public Health Engineering Department SDO, Sedevilie Suohu said that as students they should have clear aim in life and to work towards achieving it.
He asked them not to be confused in choosing the right course and not under pressure from friends and family. He also encouraged them to proper balance for studies, friends and other activities.
Social activist Chekrongoi Theyo said that the present generation is filled with modern technology and has become very competitive.
He said that a successful student or candidate is someone who has prepared well in advance for the exams and maintained all decency at home and society.
Chaired by KYS general secretary Khrielezo Keretsü the programme commenced with prayer by Associate Pastor of Baptist Mission Church Menuolhoulie Sekhose. Vethizolü Vero enthralled the gathering with special number, while KYS finance secretary Peter Chase tendered the vote of thanks. (Page News Service)