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KBSUK holds general session and freshers meet

By EMN Updated: Sep 23, 2023 9:24 pm
Vekhoyi Tetseo and others during the 13th general session and freshers meet of KBSUK in Kohima on September 23.

DIMAPUR — The Khulazu Basa Students’ Union, Kohima (KBSUK), held its 13th general session and freshers meet on Saturday at the Red Cross conference hall in Kohima, with the theme ’empowering the next generation: unlocking potential and inspiring change.’

While speaking on the theme, Vekhoyi Tetseo, deputy registrar at Nagaland University, Lumami, said that student leaders must be role models for the next generation. As seniors, it’s important to empower and inspire the younger ones, he noted.

He encouraged the students to believe in themselves and their potential, stating that low self-esteem and insecurity kill all potential in a person and that they should be confident in their abilities and accept challenges in life. He urged them to work hard and added that if they do not work hard, they will be ignored.

He said that the most basic way to inspire others is to obtain an education, and advised the students to aim for a high percentage. He did, however, add that academics alone will not get them anywhere if they do not have a goal. As students, he said, they should have aims and goals and put effort into achieving them.

He also advised students to use technology as a catalyst to change their lives, to use it for a purpose, and not to let it ruin them; instead, use it to advance in life.

In his address, KBSUK president Verakho Rhakho urged students to embrace diversity, inclusivity, and compassion. He advised them to understand different perspectives, challenge the status quo, and work towards a more just and equitable society.

“The power to make a difference lies within each one of us. Embrace collaboration, empathy, and innovation as you navigate through your academic and personal endeavours,” Rhakho added.

Veze Tunyi, president of the Kohima Chakhesang Students’ Union, had earlier delivered greetings, and Nukhosa Chuzho, secretariat assistant at the Nagaland Civil Secretariat, gave a brief background on KBSUK.

Meloho Rhakho spoke on behalf of the freshers, and Vephisa Rhakho, a founding member of the KBSUK, exhorted the students. Phisalu Kezo and Nekholu Chuzho presented folk songs.

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By EMN Updated: Sep 23, 2023 9:24:36 pm
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