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KOHIMA, Mar 14: The Nagaland Adolescent Girls’ Club held a career guidance program on the theme ‘Inspiring Young minds, Inspiring future” on 14th March 2016 at Mezhür Higher Secondary School auditorium, Kohima.
EAC Phek, Thejakhrienuo Nisa speaking on the topic “Dreams don’t die; How to work towards your goal”, encouraged the students to work hard so as to become a successful person in life. Nowadays “the competition become very competitive where only the best few will be selected among thousands”, she said. She also shared her experience, failures and disappointments with special emphasis on NPSC. While encouraging the students she asserted that the four principles such as hard work, strong determination, perseverance and prayer are indispensable to become a successful person as such one should learn to inculcate these principles. Sharing on the importance of strategy for preparation of civil services exam, she urged the students to have thorough planning, proper time management, smart reading and most importantly to have clear understanding of fundamentals.
Assistant Planning Officer, Kekhrie Mezhur spoke on the topic “Journey to success; competitive exams and success” where he encouraged the students to take time to identify one’s own strength and weakness as being good was not enough in this cut throat competition. He said that success could be achieved irrespective of sector provided one is passionate on what is into. Stressing on the definition of success, he said success is all about hard work, sheer determination, perseverance and accumulation of sweat and blood.
In the second session, the resource person Assistant Professor, Science College Kohima, Dr. Ruokuovikho Tase spoke on “Courage strength and passion; A perspective on Science stream while Chief Analyst, Youth Net, John Meyase spoke on “A perspective on the role of commerce”. Assistant State Coordiantor, SRCW, R. Juliana Medom spoke on the topic “The challenge; The role of young people in good governance”.
Secretary, NSSWB, Daisy Mezhur delivered the welcomed note while NAGC of Mewi and Modern Schools presented special numbers. Assistant Coordinator, NAGC, Medochunuo Chielie chaired the programme while NAGC Coordinator, Ruovinuo Kiewhuo concluded the programme.