Monday, October 3, 2022

LFI College organises career talk

Staff Reporter

Livingstone Foundation International (LFI) College, department of Education, organised a career talk on the theme “Reveles Optimum” (discover your best), in the school auditorium, here, on Saturday.
At the programme, resource person, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Chümoukedima, Ninoto Zhimomi, spoke on the topic “identifying one’s true calling” and “steps to choosing a career”.
He stressed on the importance of focus and conscious effort with concentration, and encouraged the students to have an unbiased holistic attitude towards life.
Ninoto said one should inculcate perseverance, focus on goals and concentrate on how to achieve them.
Citing the example of the story the hare and the tortoise part-wise, the ACP encouraged the students to work hard and smart, to be consistent in life and to avoid comparison.
Further, Ninoto said since they (students) were at the best stage of their lives, they must take the advantage of knowing one’s own caliber inorder to pursue their career.
The lecture was followed with an interaction where students and faculty members asked questions on various career prospects.
The programme was chaired by BA first semester Taliwapang, invocation was offered by assistant professor, department of Education Nilovi, special song by Aleminla of BA first semester and introductory note by Livingstone Foundation International College vice principal Dr. Tainla Mar.
The session ended with a vote of thanks from Lonjong Ngonyen of BA third semester.