India northeast tribal community welfare society under the banner of Libra consultancy conducted free educational career-oriented seminar for class 12 science students of G. Rio higher secondary school, Kohima on November 6.
Resource persons Anthony Richa, vice principal of Model Christian College spoke on the importance of having one’s own tribal student in achieving greater heights in engineering fields.
Aheno Sekhose, resource person for medical studies enlightened the students on undergoing professional courses in medical department and advised them to make the right choice based on their interests, skills and traits in order to lead a successful life.
She also highlighted that the society has signed a memorandum of understanding with some medical and engineering colleges for the benefit of tribal students and informed that the society would extend help to students. Earlier, the programme started with an invocation by administrator of the school Khrienuo Moa, while principal Singh welcomed the members of India northeast tribal community welfare society and the students. The administrator contributed a sum of `3000 to the society’s fund.