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Azo stresses on embracing routine in life
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, JUNe 30 (NPN):
Published on 1 Jul. 2011 1:41 AM IST
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A two-day 21st biennial general conference of the Diphupar Naga students’ union (DNSU) began here Thursday at Diphupar local ground on the theme “emerge for integrity” with state minister for health and family welfare Küzholüzo (Azo) Nienu gracing the inaugural function as chief guest.
Addressing the opening function, the minister underscored the need to embrace daily routine in a student’s life to become successful in life.
He said that students who do not follow routine in life tend to get strayed away and become drop-outs, and urged both parents and teachers to offer children and students good routine which they could follow. Azo at the same time urged students to pay attention to what elders and leaders advice if they want to become somebody in future.
Pointing out that everybody is always in a hurry to finish high school and then graduate and get on with life, the minister said everything has its own time and period.
With regard to this, he urged the students to adapt the word “patience” to their lives.
Stating there is no short cut to success, the minister said: “To become a successful person there is no substitute to hard work. You must work hard and really hard.”
A student life is only for a short period, Azo said and called on the students to make the best use of their student life so they could reap all the benefits in future.The minister donated a sum of `2lakh towards the student body.
During the function, felicitation of merit students of HSSL and HSSLC 2010 and 2011 was also carried out. The session was marked with cultural performances by Chakhesang students’ union, Diphupar; Sumi students’ union, Diphupar; Sangtam students’ union, Diphupar. A special Zimbabwean dance was presented by Sunday school students of Ao Baptist Church, Diphupar.
DNSU formed in the year in 1979 currently has seven constituent units.

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