Students advised to nurture life’s values
Dimapur, March 27 (EMN): Associate professor of Genetics and Plant Breeding from the School of Agricultural Sciences and Rural Development (SASRD), Nagaland University, Medziphema, Malini B Sharma, has encouraged the students to develop values of simplicity, humility, compassion and have an in depth knowledge in whichever field they choose in order to find contentment later in life.
Speaking at the 14th fresher’s day programme at Unity College on Saturday, Sharma stated that life could be tough but is also pleasant depending on how one looks at life. Reminding that there would be lots of challenges in life, she stated that those challenges could be inspiring when one overcomes them and finds life to be very fulfilling.
She also encouraged the students to enjoy the college days with responsibility and accountability.
“In you we see the thinkers, philosophers, politicians and the policy makers of the society and it is you who is going to build the society,” she added.
Principal of the college, Lichumo Enie, also encouraged the students by not trying to be only ordinary but extraordinary saying that they have not come to the college by chance but by choice. He also asked the students to develop a habit of visiting the library.
Meanwhile, Muttan Hangbe E Chang and Martha Patton were declared Mr and Miss Fresher 2021.The panel of judges for the Mr and Ms Freshers were Marino Kiho, former Miss India Nagaland and owner of Mystique Decors; Kawimaningsiliu Khuvung, reigning Miss North East Orange Queen; and Pito Kiba, a pastry chef based in Dimapur.
Other highlights of the programme included song by Itihito H Kiba, speech on behalf of seniors and juniors were delivered by Talikaba Longkumer and Akash Yadav respectively, colours of unity show and releasing of college magazine and journal.