Arunachal: Nabam Tuki and Tarh Nachung felicitate toppers

Tuki advised the young students adding that one needs to be mentally strong, physical fit to achieve ones goal.



‘’Dedication and hard work pays off ’’ said Former Chief Minister & Sagalee MLA Nabam Tuki while motivating students to prepare for new heights of achievement in their further studies.

Tuki said this while attending felicitation programme for toppers of Class X & XII Orphan students organised by All Arunachal Pradesh Orphan Welfare Society (AAPOWS) today here at a city hotel.

‘’Life is precious, you won’t get it once you lose it’’, it depends on you, how you are going to use it, Tuki advised the young students adding that one needs to be mentally strong, physical fit to achieve ones goal.

Underlining the importance of NGOs working for destitute and needy, he termed AAPOWS as guardian to several orphan children. Moved by the plight of orphan children in the state, Tuki stressed on need of drafting policies relating to welfare of orphan children and urged the AAPOWS to take up issues with state government and assured his support.

He also spoke on one family one policy so that no family remains poor as it could help them in affording certain services. Further he asked everyone to aware of various government schemes and policies in order to get facilities from it.

Meanwhile congratulating the young students, guest of honour former  Deputy chief councilor, Tarh Nachung asked them to keep the spirit of determination and perseverance to face life’s challenges. ‘’There are people who are living in desperation’’, said Nachung asked them to encourage oneself.

He prompted students to set target and to work harder to get more than previous one. He also asked them to live life in right way. He urged them to make friendship with books, while telling them to attend classes regularly. Set your goals high to study in a good institute, he added.

The felicitation programme, wherein toppers were given certificates and awards, also witnessed several colourful cultural items, skits performed by orphan students. On the occasion AAPOWS also submitted a memorandum.

orphan children and student from various schools of capital complex and other district perform various cultural extravaganza and enjoy the day as a special day.

Among others  AAPOWS president Y R Kiogi, Vice President  Tai Tadey, General Secretary Tadar Gungkap and others spoke on the occasion.


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