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Azo lauds PCC for its systematic approach
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, SEP 17 (NPN):
Published on 18 Sep. 2010 12:53 AM IST
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Patkai Christian College (autonomous) Friday celebrated its 36th annual session parting social cum freshers’ meet–on the theme “élan excelsior” in Bundrock chapel-auditorium with state minister for health and family welfare Küzholüzo Nienu as chief guest.
Speaking at the function, the minister said Patkai Christian College (PCC) was “nothing beyond excellence” and expressed his hope that “sun never sets in Patkai.”
Lauding the college for its systematic approach, Azo said it spoke volume about the college.
“Today you have proved that you can stand on your own feet”, he said.
He also enlightened students on the significance of hard work and self-dependence.
Maintaining that nothing comes easy in life, the minister urged students to get themselves busy with their studies so they could live an easy life later, adding, “If you have a lazy life by now you will have a tough life afterward”.
Holding “human development” as the chief tool for growth of the state, the minister said until this was achieved there could be no growth.
Azo said the state government was committed to bring a sea of change, but added it should first start with developing human resources. Concluding this speech, Azo assured the college that he would do everything in his capacity to provide health care facility to the college.
Earlier, delivering welcome address, the college principal Hüsazü Epao urged end semester students to be focused and make the most use of time.
“We want you to be successful”, he said.
Welcoming the freshers, the principal encouraged them to take up the challenge even if they come across difficulties during their career pursuit.
“If you can finish your end semester, you are expected to be awarded with better mark sheet,” Epao said.
Patkai Christian College principal, in the meantime, announced that the college was planning to set up post graduate level within the next five years.
Short speeches on behalf of outgoing students and fresh students were delivered by Hilotoli Awomi, BA-III student and Eyovono Tase.
Prizes were also awarded to meritorious students of the session.
The students presented songs and traditional show to mark the occasion. Patkai Christian College is the only college in the North east region to have autonomous status.

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