Yachuli MLA Likha Saya distributed cash prize of Rs 50, 000 to successful 42 candidates of Yachuli constituencies who cleared APCS prelims -2018
In an exemplary move to encourage the APPSC prelims qualified aspirants of 16th Yachuli Assembly Constituency, career counselling cum guidance programme was held in a befitting manner by its local MLA, Likha Saaya at his Nirjuli residential hall on Saturday evening.
The Joint Commissioner of Police, Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi, Robin Hibu, Dr. Joram Beda, IAS, Yupia Deputy Commissioner, Likha Tejji, Under Secretary, APCS (GoAP) and Dr Mukesh Jaitley (Dentist), New Delhi attended as the resource persons of the evening.
Conveying his warm felicitation to the prelims exam qualifiers of its constituency, Saaya said that the aspirants who will clear Mains examination will be rewarded double of what they have been given today if they clear Mains Examination too.
He announced this while giving away cash prize of Rs 50, 000 to successful 42 candidates of Yachuli constituencies who cleared APCS prelims -2018 in Career counselling cum guidance programme organised on Saturday.
“This is indeed a moment of great pride for Yachuli constituency and this programme was to encourage the prelims qualifier for having set an example for our youth, particularly our young women,” he said while conveying his appreciations to the parents.
He added that they have shown how one can achieve milestones on the sheer dint of determination and hard work amidst all hardships and deterrents. Saaya later also announced to support further and encouragement to those who clear the mains examination.
During the technical session in their keynote addresses to aspirants, Robin Hibu and Dr. Joram Beda, Likha Tejji spoke on the importance of proper choice of career and to be specific in choosing the subject in regard of own potential and interest, instead of listening to others opinion. They also exhorted the students to follow the three mantras of Wisdom, Patience, and Faith to be which would shape up the career of the students in the future.
Referring to the incidents of many students going astray after their first attempts, Robin Hibu said that, those youths need career counselling for intellectual growth and to choose the right career. Adding that self-motivation is also the prime objectives when preparing for such competitive examinations. However, he also aspired that the youths could take up self-employment and encouraged young entrepreneurship in the state besides solely depending on the government jobs.
They urged the aspirants to be more focus on their studies or career whatever they want to choose and be a responsible citizen and said that people need to change the mindset which should come from within.
In the program, apart from APPSC aspirants, several colleges’ students and its family members attended the programme.