CSUK holds career guidance & skill development seminar

Correspondent KOHIMA, JUL 21 (NPN) | Publish Date: 7/21/2018 11:53:04 PM IST
Kohima Chakhesang Students’ Union (CSUK), in collaboration with department of State Institute & Rural Development (SIRD), organized a one day Seminar on Career Guidance and Skill Development for youth at LCS building in Kohima on Saturday.
The resource person, Dr. Kedise Pucho, senior lecturer, SIRD, speaking on the topic of the seminar, stressed upon the importance of setting a life direction and aim in order to succeed. He said few students set aims for their lives, and those that do, sooner or later achieve their goal. He said they are able to achieve this because their vision and path is crystal clear to them. However, those that have no career vision need career guidance, he said. According to Dr. Pucho, knowing nothing but the education one has, makes one inferior and leaves a sense of insecurity.
He opined that career guidance was lagging behind in Nagaland, adding that young people were suffering because of it and were ending up nowhere. He also held parents as being equally responsible for the state of career guidance in the state.
“Nagas are very lazy, and not serious,...always depending on someone, which is why we don’t succeed,” he maintained. He therefore called upon parents, teachers, uncles and aunts to guide the younger generation.
Children need inspiration, encouragement and praise from teachers as well as parents, Dr. Pucho stated.
He also opined that the backward quota should be removed if the Nagas were to compete with the rest of the world in the current century. According to him the backward quota does not have value outside the state.
Pinnacle Skills, centre manager, Arenla Aier also spoke at the event. The welcome address was said by Viewolo Koza, general secretary; Vetholu Rhakho performed a special song; Veyita Nyekha, education secretary, gave an acknowledgement speech followed by the benediction said by Revine Movie, assistant general secretary. 

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