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‘World has no room for casualness’
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, Nov 6 (NPN):
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Published on 7 Nov. 2010 12:23 AM IST
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Commissioner and Secretary (RD) V. Sakhrie reminded that the world is fast changing and that there was no room for casualness or indolent people.
V. Sakhrie was addressing students, parents and staff of Pilgrim High School, Dimapur at the parent’s day celebration on Saturday.
While heartening the students to be competent, he said one has to struggle more than their counterpart whether in studies, job or business in order to lead a better life.
He stressed on the importance of universal 5points - hard-work, self-discipline, determination, dedication and commitment with a sense of patriotism comprising of civic-sense to achieve success in life.
Sakhrie believed Nagas comparing to other nations are more fortunate spiritually. Quoting from Proverbs 1:7, Sakhrie said “As Nagas we profess ourselves to be 99 percent Christians…students should be brought up and nurtured in the fear of the Lord”. He also requested students not to feel disheartened because of their parents’ financial status, but to strive hard with determination to overcome every obstruction in life.
On the other hand, he reminded the faculty to fulfill their purpose that God had entrusted upon them by bestowing the students with true principles “serving mankind was serving God”.
Pilgrim school students portrayed their earnest talent from strumming the guitar, drum beats, choral unison etc., that the school has instilled in them not only with jingles but with the fear of the Lord leaving an upbeat impression.
Chairman,Little Star Higher Secondary School, Nini Paira positively exhorted the gathering, while vote of thanks was delivered by Sir. Bryan. The founder of Pilgrim school, M. Kikon concluded the function with a word of prayer.
Meanwhile, an imaginative way of expressing love and appreciation for parents was projected on screen by the students reading “I love you”, dedicated to all the parents on the occasion.
Pilgrim High School, Dimapur a school that was established in the year 1987 with just 20 students, today has strength of more than 700 students with experienced faculty that does not emphasize only in the formal way of teaching from the text but also enhances the student’s credibility by imparting education vocationally so students could have a back-up means in the long run.

 
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