Students advised to cultivate honesty
DIMAPUR — Underscoring the need for an upright society, advisor of Central Administrative Works Department (CAWD) and Taxes, Küdecho Khamo, has called upon the students to cultivate honesty and hard work to eradicate shortcomings in the society.
He stated this during the 71st general session of the Phusachodümi Students’ Union (PSU) held at Dzüyi Cezu in Phusachodu village under Phek district on December 28.
Khamo, who was the special guest, urged the students to contribute towards building the society. He also encouraged students to become valuable assets and contribute for the progress of society. Stating that individual goodness might have limited impact, he said the society can achieve much more if they work collectively.
Meanwhile, Khamo congratulated Vekhosa Chakhesang on being conferred Indian Police Service (IPS) status and other achievers who brought honour to the village, stated an update from the union.
He also spoke about the competitive nature of the modern world and advised the students to choose a profession and excel in life. He emphasised the importance of hard work as the pathway to success in a competitive environment. He, therefore, urged the students to have determination and perseverance to achieve success in life.
In the presidential address, Shenieta Cürhah congratulated all the students who completed their academic year in 2023 and wished them further success in the days to come. He advised parents to refrain from discussing politics in front of students but instead focus on their academic pursuits and also encouraged the students to set specific educational goals.
The session began with a prayer said by Rev. Vevotso Theluo, followed by welcome address delivered by Vehüpa Rose, chairman of Phusachodu village council. A folk tune was presented by Phusachodümi youth society and concluded with a benediction said by Vengotsolu Chuzho, women pastor of Phusachodümi Baptist Church.
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