ZVYSO organises seminar in Zhadima

ZVYSO organises seminar in Zhadima
Roko Angami addressing at the youth seminar on August 24. (NP)
Correspondent KOHIMA, AUG 25 (NPN) | Publish Date: 8/25/2019 11:51:25 AM IST

Zhadima Village Youth and Sports Organization (ZVYSO) organised a day-long seminar on August 24 at the Zhadima community hall.

Roko Angami, VDB secretary, addressed on the topic “Unity”, wherein he emphasized on the power of unity saying that the sense of oneness must come from the heart and not from the mind. 

He urged the citizens to lift and support one another in every field by giving constructive criticisms.  He also lauded the unity of the village community in obstructing the water commission at Zhadima due to the irregularities of the project.

Zakenei Khoubve, president Zhadima Gazetted Officers Krotho (ZGOK), who shared on the topic “Competition” urged the need for healthy competition in all spheres, ranging from academics to business. In the pursuit to promote local products, he urged the farming community from the village to commercialise the local and organic goods at a larger scale.

In the second session, chairman Zhadima Village Council (ZVC) Kesovilhou Chüpuo, who spoke on the topic “Identity” shared about the history of the village and the transformation from the head hunting age to the modern era. 

He strongly urged the community to preserve and protect its oral history for generations.

Speaking on the topic “Excellence”, president ZVYSO Vizosielie Khoubve urged the need for the young minds to come out of the box and excel in their respective fields. 

Stressing that one must follow one’s passion, he encouraged the community saying that one’s weakness should not be a barrier towards excellence. 

Highlighting various avenues for employment, he encouraged the youths to look for opportunities and grab it.

With over hundreds of attendees, the seminar concluded after short speeches by four village elders namely Thepfurio Miario, Neiyalie Pfüsenuo, Sabeilhou Kuotsu and Tseilie Sanchu.

Chaired by Thepfulie Theünuo, the first session was blessed with prayer by PS. Thepfukuolie, pastor New Life AG Church Zhadi-II. 

On behalf of the ZVYSO, vice president Ruokuongulie delivered the introductory note. Programme was attended by all sections of the village community.


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