Nagaland’s Minister for PWD and Parliamentary Affairs Kuzholuzo Nienu tells students to work hard
Dimapur, November 27
According to Nagaland’s Minister for PWD and Parliamentary Affairs Kuzholuzo Nienu pursuits without dedication is proving a hurdle in the way of progress of the state and “community economy” and has sought “dedication” and “sincerity”.The minister was addressing the inaugural programme of a college forum in Phek village, in Phek district recently. He was the special guest of the Phekmi Collegiate Forum. The students’ organization organized a daylong seminar on the topic of ‘work culture and management.’
Addressing the gathering, Minister Kuzholuzo Nienu asserted that ‘work without dedication and sincerity is hampering the improvements and good returns in the community economy.’ He urged the entire Phek district community to “labour more with sincerity and dedication” to bring about progress. He also sought the cooperation of the entire Phekmi community in the building “community economy.”
The resource persons of the seminar were Additional District & Session Judge of Mokokchung Niechochiyi Suyie and Principal of Capital College of Higher Education of Kohima Vezuhu Keyho. Suyie spoke on the topic ‘work culture’ while Keyho spoke to the students about ‘management’.
As an “outcome of the seminar,” a note received here today from the colligate forum said, a number of resolutions were adopted for “implementation in the long run.” The participants of the seminar resolved to be “more hard labour in their assigned task.” Likewise, the forum resolved “to rededicate and commit oneself to be a God fearing parents thereby moulding up their children to a higher level of ground etc.”
Approximately “500 females and 480 males” attended the seminar, the forum informed. President of the Phek Colligate Forum Kuvehu Soho led the inaugural session. Pastor of Phek Village Baptist Church Nuchicho Venuh said the invocation to the session while musical performances were presented by a number of college students, it was informed.