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YKT seminar cum conference
Correspondent CHUCHUYIMLANG, JAN 9 (NPN):
Published on 10 Jan. 2011 12:05 AM IST
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Yaongyimsen Students’ Union (YKT) organized a three-day seminar cum conference at its village on the theme “Precedes Native Land.”
The main speaker of the occasion was Deputy Director for Regional Institute of e-Learning and Information Technology, Chuchuyimlang, Er. Lanuwapang, while BBO, Er. A. Atu Imsong was the chief guest.
While delivering his talk basing on the theme, Er. Lanuwapang exhorted the participants to give due priority on education to lead their people by describing it as the only implement for a patriot to lead his people towards peace, growth and prosperity.
He also said education has become a prerequisite for every person in the contemporary to utilize one’s own potential and personal development adding it would automatically pave way for the development of the society. Lanuwapang further urged participants to be farsighted and plan accordingly well ahead of time.
While stating that an educated person can say no to corruption, the main speaker said “Society is not destroyed by the rascals but the in-activities of good and educated people.”
He pointed out that being a leader, if one involves in anti social activities, he or she was no more a leader or educated person but an anti social element.
He also said as people living in the twenty first century, one should live in acquiescence with the fast developments of the time in all aspects.
The YKT has meanwhile thanked the main speaker and the chief guest for giving them valuable lessons and wisdom and donation for the growth of the union.
The union further acknowledged individuals, advisory board members and different organizations for their contribution and financial support extended towards the success of the seminar cum conference.

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