NTIMES 23Nov: Nagas become servant not master: Rio
“People who do not go through hardship and difficulty and seek the comfort and easy life will not achieve in their lives,” Rio
Rio was addressing Northern Angami-11 career seminar organized by generation India on the theme “the social engineers” in partnership with Vichü welfare society at Bayavü hill badminton stadium here Thursday. Emphasizing the importance of commitment and sacrifice in any career, Rio said one should be 100% professional in any career.
“People who do not go through hardship and difficulty and seek the comfort and easy life will not achieve in their lives,” he remarked.
Advising the students to prepare their future lives with good foundation, Rio said any person aiming and trying top level without proper foundation would collapse in the half way. He stated that the level of competition was becoming tougher and only the best will survive.
Chief minister also encouraged the students to make their dreams afresh and create favourable opportunity to be successful.
He said one should stick to particular profession and avoid multiple options and at the same time asked the students to pursue their profession with consistency and target.
Stressing on the importance of hard working, Rio said Naga society was young and needed extra labour to be civilized. Citing his own examples how he joined politics in the 1974 as youth secretary and struggled at the initial stage, Rio said one should be ready to meet the challenges and not to lose heart when not successful at first.
ALS (Alternative learning systems Pvt Ltd) executive director and editor competition wizard Delhi Jojo Mathews, in his address, said many Nagas and North East people have passed through UPSC from his coaching centre.
Mathews, who was the resource person of the career seminar, suggested the state government to conduct exam and select good students and provide opportunity to take coaching for UPSC exam in Delhi. He advised the students and said “without sacrifice there is no fruit”.
Commissioner and secretary Zhaleo Rio, in his address, said mere possession of certificates would not work unless there was quality learning.
He said many people failed in their lives due to lack of dedication and sincerity in their works. Additional secretary team leader NBDA Khrietunuo Metha and additional secretary school education Zeneituo Yano also addressed the gathering.
Generation India chairman Abu Visakhotuo in his concluding remark said the programme was organized to encourage and motivate young civil servant aspirant for the Northern Angami -11 students which would contribute the society in return.
He said among the programme attended candidates four best would be selected through screening test and will send to Delhi to be mentored at ALS coaching centre for six months and all the expenses will be borne by the Generation India group. NPN