Students urged to imbibe work culture
Dimapur, Jan. 4 (EMN): Vice president of Naga Hoho, HK Zhimomi, has called upon the students to revive culture of hard work of the forefathers for self-sustenance in this competitive world.
Addressing the inaugural function at the 38th annual session of the Diphupar Sumi Students’ Union (DSSU), which was held on December 28 and 29 at Sumi Baptist Church, Diphupar, on the theme ‘Moulding ambitious minds,’ Zhimomi has stressed on futility of knowledge without hard work in this competitive world. He also urged the students to aim high and live a simple life.
The two-day session was focused on three major sub-themes including career guidance, cultural programme, and literary competition.
The resource persons for career guidance were Akihito X Chishi, assistant commandant of 1st NAP; Ms Ovi K Yeptho, co-founder of House Sutra; Benjamin Aye, associate pastor of Sumi Baptist Church, Diphupar; and Khetoho Zhimomi, president of Nagaland kickboxing association. The resource persons spoke specifically on their respective field vis-à-vis civil service, entrepreneurship, theology and sports.
Ms Bolivi V Chishi, DSSU president, underlined that the main objective of the session was to do away with chief guest culture which has spoiled the work-culture of Naga civil societies and particularly the integrity of a student life.
Himato Yeptho, president of Central Naga Students’ Association (CNSA), Ghuzui Shohe, chairman of Diphupar village council, and Pitovi Achumi, president of Diphupar Naga Students’ Union, have shared greetings. Mrs Hotoli V Chishi, headmistress (retired) also exhorted the gathering.