By IFP Bureau
Nagaland former Chief Minister and leader of opposition TR Zeliang said educational institutions must streamline the areas where students’ participation are necessary and where it should be avoided.
“Educational institution must streamline the areas where students’ participation are necessary and where it should be avoided. “
“In this new era, employment problem is mounting day by day and to address this serious issue there is a need to organize awareness program to the students on the importance of skill development and use of technology to boost and increase the work course in our state,” Zeliang said.
Zeliang was speaking at the Golden Jubilee celebration of St. Xavier Hr. Sec. School, Jalukie on November 9 as Special Guest.
Lamenting that, many a times students community are involved in undesirable situations which are politically staged menace, Zeliang requested the school management to cross check such practices so as to refrain the students from getting involved in any kind of conspiracy.
T.R. Zeliang also reiterated the uniqueness of the Naga history and added that schools and colleges should organize cultural competition in every annual conference to preserve the unique culture and identity of the Nagas.
“Naga history is recognized as unique history, one factor is our political background and another factor is our culture and tradition which is also unique, so in order to preserve our unique culture and identify all the schools and colleges should organize cultural competition in every annual conference either class-wise or in group-wise.”
He congratulated the pioneers, teachers, students (both past and present) of St. Xavier Hr. Sec. School, and said that school, since its inception in the year 1969 under the motto “To Learn and to Serve”, has attained continuous progress in the field of education.
Also speaking at the Jubilee celebration, NBSE Chairman Asano Sekhose, stressed on the need to strengthen the parents-teachers.
“Education starts not only at school but also from home, therefore the bond between the parents, teachers and students must be strengthen,” Sekhose said.
The NBSE chairman encouraged the students focus in their studies urging them to develop and inculcate life skills as well as work skills to progress in life.