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Retired bureaucrat suggests discarding unnecessary unions

By Reyivolü Rhakho Updated: Dec 29, 2023 9:39 pm
Medozho Zango speaking at the 67th general session of Khulazu Basa Students’ Union (KBSU) in Khulazu Basa Village on Friday. (EM Image).

KOHIMA — Architect and retired regional chief of Housing and Urban Development Cooperation Limited (HUDCO), Medozho Zango, has suggested discarding unnecessary unions and strengthen vital ones beginning at the village level. Zango was of the view that numerous activities by unions weigh down productivity and career progress of the students.

Speaking at the 67th general session of Khulazu Basa Students’ Union (KBSU) held at the premises of Government Primary School ‘A’ in Khulazu Basa on Friday on the theme “Shaping the future: Trends and insights for tomorrow,” Zango advised the students to focus on what is necessary and prioritise essential tasks. He noted that social economy, resources and productivity were wasted due to time spent in various activities of the unions and associations throughout the year.

The architect also maintained that students cannot afford to sleepwalk in the rapid technological advancement. On the contrary, he advised the students to wake up and proactively prepare themselves to thrive along with digital technology transformation.

He pointed out the importance of keeping one’s head clear in the midst of technological whirlwind. He also advised the students to understand the potential and risk of digital technology and harness their power responsibly.

He further said that upskilling and reskilling is no longer an option but a necessity to stay relevant and to navigate in this ever changing world.

Josuno Rhakho, banker of the Chakhesang Students’ Union (CSU), urged the students to work hard and attained quality education. Pointing out that education is a transforming process that would prepare them for quality of life, she told them to choose the right career.

President of KBSU, Nehüto Rhakho, delivered the presidential address, while a primary teacher, Nekhonü Chüzho, was the speaker of the event. Resource persons on career guidance were Vetsüzolü Chüzho, assistant professor at Sazolie College Kohima, and Kainali K Keyho, graduate teacher of GHS Aghunaqa, Niuland.

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By Reyivolü Rhakho Updated: Dec 29, 2023 9:39:51 pm
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