Dimapur, October 27: Pragtisheel Vision Foundation in collaboration with NEC on Saturday organized a workshop on youth empowerment for higher opportunities in cities and awareness program against cases of human trafficking & various scams here at IMC Hall Dimapur.
Speaking on the occasion, Chumbemo M Patton, chief co-ordinator of PVF made the attendants aware of different challenges that they should expect when they decide to move out to places like Delhi and how they should respond to them.
He said that if they are not familiar with Hindi, they would be at a disadvantage and shared tips about how they should bargain and pretend like they are acquainted in the new places just to not attract people who might fool them.
He also advised them to remain in touch with the tribal unions wherever they are and seek out their help.
Previously, talking about higher education and career aspects in the cities, Timothy Chongthu, entrepreneur and former student leader in his presentation had mentioned about the different courses that the students can avail in the different universities in Delhi and how to go about making smart career choices.
Wangring Rangang, social worker and Linda Newmai, treasurer of PVF were the others who spoke during the workshop. It was attended by students of different schools and colleges and their parents. (Page News Service)