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Kannan stresses on reading, writing skills
Correspondent KOHIMA:
Published on 12 Aug. 2009 12:40 AM IST
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Nagaland University Vice Chancellor, Professor K. Kannan pointing out that reading and writing skills were tremendously low in Nagaland urged students to develop habit of reading and express them through writing to improve knowledge. According to him the first leader had to be the teacher, to inspire and teach youngsters and for which, he urged the teachers to be dedicated and committed in their work. Addressing the 14th fresher social of the Oriental College Kohima, Prof. Kannan encouraged the students to set their goals high and work towards it with commitment, discipline and hard work. He advised the students to earn their place through hard work, following ethics and staying truthful. “Discover your potential and achieve what you want” he said. Urging the students of Oriental College to dare to dream big and to contribute in the areas that have not been achieved in Nagaland, Kannan said youth should realize the issues hampering the society and work towards bringing positive changes. Principal of Oriental College, Dr. Ketshukietuo Dzüvichü, exhorted the freshers to set a vision and excel in it to compete with others. He said in the present day, government jobs were saturated and urged the students to venture out beyond government job. He said that youths should wake up from their deep slumber of dependency. In recognition of their services in elevating the college, the OCK felicitated some lecturers for producing meritorious students. The felicitated lecturers include Tongpangkongla, lecturer in Entrepreneurship paper, Chubanenla, lecturer in Education, Robin Das, lecturer in Business Math and Computer Application for producing distinctions in their papers from OCK in the HSSLC. The HoDs of Arts and Commerce departments were also felicitated for producing cent percent in the last BA-III and B.Com finals. Highlights of the programme included songs presented by B.Com students, Angami Cultual troupe and Chathavituo and Neilakuonuo; while speeches were delivered by Ngaore Rume and Vibulie Nagi.

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