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Set aims to become leaders: Jamir tells students

Maharashtra governor Dr. S.C. Jamir interacting with visiting students from Nagaland at Raj Bhavan, Mumbai.
Published on 18 Jan. 2009 12:06 AM IST
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"Students of Nagaland should set their aims to become the leaders of India, not only of Nagaland" Maharashtra governor, Dr. S.C. Jamir urged students from Nagaland who paid him a visit at Raj Bhavan Mumbai January 3. Dr. Jamir appealed the visiting students to follow working ethics of students of Mumbai, who he described never take rest in their studies to achieve their aims. "Students of Nagaland should shred their lathery and laziness, short sightedness, and should adopt modern and scientific techniques in their studies," Janjati Vikas Samiti Nagaland secretary, Dr. Wilubo Chewang quoted Dr. Jamir as saying in a statement. He expressed hope that unending desire, to do better and better, would help the students from Nagaland to be leaders of India. Enunciating that "Naganess" of Nagas was reflected in Naga culture and Naga religion, Maharashtra governor said Nagas were endowed with rich inheritance and cultural tradition. With regard to this, he maintained that students should strive hard to uphold tradition and inheritance. The team visited Nehru Planetarium in Mumbai, Raja Chhatrapati Shivaji School, Hotel Taj, Gateway of India, and paid homage to martyrs and innocent victims of terrorist attack in Mumbai. In Goa the team visited Goa assembly and met the opposition leader. In Pune they visited Gyanprabhodini school as well as Rani Laxmibai Girls Sainik school. The team performed cultural show in Pune displaying Naga dance and tradition. The tour was organized by Janjati Vikas Samiti Nagaland with the help of well wishers of students from these places. The team was led by Zeliangrong Heraka School, Tening headmistress, Aning Zeliang while Rongsenkala Ao sang a Hindi song. The tour was organized to exchange the ideas, share the feelings, know the habits of studies, and understand the ambitions of fellow students in Maharashtra and Goa, the release added.

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