Kohima, December 29: The Middle Khomi Students’ Union (MKSU) held its 58th general sessions from December 27 to 28 last under the theme “My identity is my dignity.”
Speaking on the occasion as the guest speaker, Vecüto Tenyi, general secretary NDPP Central Youth Organisation challenged the students to be serious with their academic career.
Good education is prerequisite to get into any job, he said.
He also challenged the students not to look for back door appointment but to go for competitive exams.
Stating that the students of today must look beyond the government job, he said there are ample of opportunity for jobs and business opportunities all around us “but one has to be well equipped with education first.”
Study well today and the doors are open for you, he said adding “If you do well, the future is yours.”
To be a successful person or not to be, you’re the master of your fate, he said.
Also speaking on the occasion, Dr. Sakhoveyi Lohe, Asst. Prof. Kohima Science College, Jotsoma, stated that our culture is not just about wearing tradition attire on important occasions, dancing and singing folk songs but it also refers to our attitude, beliefs, values, customs and behavioural pattern characterising a social group of people.
Regretting that the rich culture is on the verge of being lost, he stressed on the need to promote and preserve it.
Earlier, MKSU president Veto Nakro delivered presidential address while Middle Khomi Village Youth Organization president Zalezo Vero shared greetings.
Meanwhile, Zhosahu Lala will lead the new team of MKSU as the president.
(Page News Service)