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CUB holds fresher’s meet-cum-interdisciplinary talk

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By EMN Updated: Aug 21, 2022 7:08 am
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Members of Chakhesang Union Bengaluru along with others during its fresher’s meet-cum-interdisciplinary talk on August 20.

Dimapur, Aug. 21 (EMN): The Chakhesang Union Bengaluru (CUB) celebrated its 18th fresher’s meet alongside its first-ever interdisciplinary talk on August 20 at Eljireh House on the theme “Pursuing excellence in a world of numbers.”

An update from the union stated that Veyozo D Vadeo, MBA IIM, Udaipur, and co-founder of Orange Shark, graced the programme as the guest of honour. Besides sharing his entrepreneurship journey, he encouraged the community members to start “today” if they are to become an entrepreneur.

He also shared the importance of connection, community, and people in the life of an entrepreneur.

While delivering the presidential speech, the union president, Kuzote Lohe, stressed on the importance of pursuing excellence in any chosen field.

“We are a community with culture as our identity; our paddy fields and hills back home tell stories of hard work; today, let us continue writing this story with openness, creativity, and excellence. Before, it was the culture that was our identity, but today, openness and creativity define us, with our culture being the main root of all that we are today,” said Kuzote Lohe. 

The panelists of the first interdisciplinary talk were Yuikan Shirik, founder of Brand Neuron and chairman of Tangkhul Naga Welfare Society Bengaluru, who spoke on motivation; Veyozo D Vadeo, MBA IIM, Udaipur, and co-founder of Orange Shark, who spoke on entrepreneurship; Neite Kapfo, CUB advisor and senior manager of HR Operation HCL Technologies, who spoke on the job market and opportunities; and Ps. Vezokho Resu, pastor of Living Faith Church Bengaluru and lecturer at Calvin Theological College and Seminary, Bengaluru, who spoke on community and social service.

The programme saw 15 new freshers to the city and a huge turn-up of more than 80 participants including representatives of Naga Students’ Union Bangalore, tribal sub-unit leaders and representatives, representatives of Eastern Naga Students’ Union Bengaluru, as well as other guests and well-wishers from other communities.

On the occasion, the union acknowledged three of its members for their achievements in work and contribution to the welfare of the community in Bengaluru namely Dr. Yobilu Lohe, clinical researcher of IQVIA, for being awarded bronze for IQVIA impact program; Rokongulu Lea, interior designer of Livespace, for being awarded as employee of the month; and Nuthipru Nienu, former NSUB president, for his contributions towards the Naga community in Bengaluru during the lockdown period. 

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By EMN Updated: Aug 21, 2022 7:08:00 am
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