UKHRUL| Oct 7: Career Pathfinder, an organisation dedicated to provide counselling and preparation services for students appearing for competitive examinations, today presented awards to meritorious students during an interaction programme held today at DRDA Training Hall, Ukhrul.
The programme was supported by Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA-Ukhrul) and District Rural Development Agency (DRDA-Ukhrul).
The interaction programme which was held under the theme of ‘Strengthening Education’ was attended by Ukhrul MLA, Alfred Kanngam Arthur, additional DC of Ukhrul, Dipu Gangmei and senior divisional commercial manager, North East Frontier Railway, RN Ranmung as dignitaries.
Speaking on the occasion, Alfred Kanngam Arthur conveyed his appreciation for the initiatives taken by Career Pathfinder in order to shape and mould young minds. “In life, at the end of the day, it is only through your discipline and hard work that will determine your future. The important thing is your ability to consume knowledge and the passion that drives you inside, which can only move you forward, and people will always respect your honest and sincere efforts irrespective of the position you hold,” he said.
Dipu Gangmei, in his speech, emphasised on the need for consultation from experts and seniors for guidelines when students are preparing for competitive exams. While advising students to focus on their targets and decisions, he also stated that parents should know the capabilities of their children and provide support accordingly.
Narrating his past struggles, RN Ranmung implored the students to strive hard stating that there is no substitute for hard work. He further implored the students to judiciously use their time while adding that all round development is necessary for any competitive exams.
A ‘Gateway to competitive exam’ and a ‘Computer skills competition’ were conducted as a part of today’s programme. And, out of the total of 47 students from various schools and colleges who took part in the competitions, 12 candidates were selected for awards in various categories.
As a part of the event, famed Tangkhul artist, Chungsangla Jajo performed her original song while students from Jesus Goodwill School presented an acapella session.
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