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Edn is not only about just getting degree: Deo Nukhu

By EMN Updated: Jan 29, 2014 10:31 pm

Staff Reporter
Dimapur, January 29

Parliamentary secretary for Higher Education & SCERT, Deo Nukhu insisted that education is not just about reading books and getting a degree but cultivating an all round development with the value for time. Gracing the ‘Scholastic Day’, an annual event celebrating the achievements and accomplishments of Tetso College community through the past year and farewell function 2014 for the outgoing students today at Tetso College, Sovima, 5th Mile, Dimapur, he termed writing as an art and appealed the students to cultivate penchant for writing.
Deo Nukhu also felt that there is absence of trusts among Indians and pointed out that character of an individual leads to deficiency of trust. So he viewed character is imperative to gain and build trust amongst one another.
Emphasizing on the fruit of hard work, he held sincerity to be the reason behind hard work and added that a sincere person will always be an asset to the society. Stressing on motto of the college – “Strive for Excellence” he asserted that there is no end or age limit to education and as such, called upon the students to work hard with sincerity to succeed in this competitive world and prepare to become somebody and be leaders of the people. At the function, students and lecturers were awarded for their achievements and contribution in various fields by Director-Administration Tetso College Kvulo Lorin where eight students were awarded for 100% attendance, P. Jonglio of Bcom III was awarded ‘student of the year’ for her contribution towards extensive contribution of articles in local newspaper, Aboli Kinny was feted for securing 3rd Position in the All India NCC Inter-directorate Shooting competition held at Delhi and ‘Class champion 2013’ was awarded to B.A 1st Semester.
The second volume of the Tetso Interdisciplinary Journal on the topic Commerce Education was also released by Tetso College Principal, Dr PS Lorin and chief guest. The journal will be available at the college, Modern Book Depot Dimapur and StarMart. Giving out information from the National Service Scheme (NSS) of Tetso College unit, it was informed that the charity drive being carried by NSS of the college which was supposed to culminate on January 28 has been extended till February 7.
In view of its theme ‘Spread the Love’, it may be noted that collections will be donated to an orphanage selected by the NSS members on Valentine’s Day, February 14. Well-wishers who would like to donate can contact 9856909900.

By EMN Updated: Jan 29, 2014 10:31:30 pm