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‘Third Eye’ edn now in Dmu
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, JAN 10 (NPN):
Published on 11 Jan. 2011 1:04 AM IST
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The training wing of ‘Third Eye’ Infosys Pvt. Ltd, ‘Third Eye’ computer education, launched its third training centre in the state on Monday at Jakhalu Building, City Tower junction with MLA C Apok Jamir inaugurating it.
Addressing the gathering, the chief guest in his speech emphasized on the importance of keeping oneself updated on the IT scenario in order to be equipped with the right skills to meet various challenges.
He pointed out that educational qualification was not enough in today’s world, adding one should be equipped with technical expertise to move ahead in all careers.
Maintaining that computer and internet has given access to the world of unlimited knowledge with convenience, Jamir however remarked that advancement also comes with a price.
Supporting this statement, he affirmed that technical advancement can be a drawback because of its capacity to access everything, both good and bad.
Suggesting some measures to curb misuse of technology, Jamir called for distinguishing what is beneficial and added that technology should not become the essence.
Meanwhile, he also expressed confidence that the centre would impart the right education towards realizing the objectives in imparting expertise in technology.
Chairman Nagaland Rural Bank I. Toshi Pongener who was the guest of honour urged the institute and its staff to teach with sincerity and mould the youth of Nagaland.

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