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Arunachal: Khandu advises RGU students to focus on studies

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Speaking during the ‘orientation of freshers cum induction ceremony’ organized by the Rajiv Gandhi University Students Union (RGUSU) here, Chief Minister said the foremost duty of a student in the campus is towards their studies.


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Chief Minister Pema Khandu today advised the students of Rajiv Gandhi University to embrace discipline saying such behavior helps in focusing in studies and overcoming any challenges of life.

Speaking during the ‘orientation of freshers cum induction ceremony’ organized by the Rajiv Gandhi University Students Union (RGUSU) here, Chief Minister said the foremost duty of a student in the campus is towards their studies.

He said in this young age, there is risk of students going down the wrong path, as it may seem attractive to them. “But such urges must be contained with self-discipline and training your mind to overcome any such challenges,” said the Chief Minister.

Stating that competition for leading a better life is stiffening every moment, he advised the students to prepare themselves taking advantage of the good learning atmosphere provided in the University campus. He also said whatever career or path one choses in life, he advised them to be sincere and honest, as it will always save them from unnecessary trouble.

Chief Minister assured the students that meritocracy will always prevail in the state. He said a politician’s duty is to create jobs and opportunities for its people. However, they don’t have the right to appoint people to these jobs as inducements or for bribes. The Staff Selection Board (SSB) created recently is to ensure fairness in such job recruitment and informed that the board is presently working full swing in recruiting policemen for the state police.

Chief Minister further invited the RGU students to apply for Chief Minister Fellowship programme, and to contribute themselves for betterment of the state.

On a memorandum submitted by RGUSU, Chief Minister assured that electricity issues and demand for new fleet of buses for University will be fulfilled. On encroachment issue, Chief Minister directed the Papumpare district administration to solve the matter at the earliest and forever.

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