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MANGKOLEMBA, Jul 30: Policy Analyst & Development Consultant, Amba Jamir said as a student, this is the best part of life and the time to make decision of one’s own. “Keep practising the skills and competency you acquire and to learn a subject only you can control”, he added.
Exhorting students from ten schools under Mangkolemba Sub-Division during the first ever seminar cum workshop on career guidance held at the town hall, Mangkolemba, organized by the Student’s Union Mangkolemba in collaboration with SDPDB Mangkolemba, Amba further stressed on developing oneself and the skills when they were students. He said to pursue ahead in life, one must dream and imagine of what they wanted to become 20 years from now and to take up the challenge and push ahead.
“Volunteer yourself to experience your dreams, which in return, develops your skills and teaches you the knowledge of life challenges”, he added.
Amba also reminded the students that education was a must for everyone as their foundation. Stressing more on developing one’s skill, he said one must communicate with different sections of people from various fields and further said not to let another person choose their career.
Earlier, Alem Jamir, President Tsurangkong Student’s Union, Merang Ozukum, President, Jangpetkong Student’s Union and Rongsen Aier, President, Japukong Student’s Union in their short speeches thanked the organizers for inspiring the young minds to choose the right path as a student, through the career guidance programme. They further urged the students present to grab the opportunity to determine and make decisions to discipline one side skills.
Altogether 500 students from Government High School Changki, Yajang, Longchem, Khar, Alongkima, Dibuia, Tsurangkong, Mission School Changki, GHSS and BHSS MBA alongwith passed out students and various Student’s Union under the Sub Division participated the seminar cum workshop on career guidance organised by the Mangkolemba Student’s Union in collaboration with SDPDB, Mangkolemba on 30th July 2016 at the town hall.