Arunachal: Team ‘Pay Back to Society’ reaches Yupia

Team of ‘Pay Back to Society’ reached Papum Pare District  and addressed the gatherings of students at  Yupia.


Team of ‘Pay Back to Society’ lead by Indian Air Force  Group Captain (Rtd) Mohanto Panging Pao, Vayu Sena Medal, Indian Navy Sergeant Commander Dr.Marak Pertin and Indian Army Major Ponung Doming reached Papum Pare District  and addressed the gatherings of students  at Panchayat conference hall, Yupia today on 1st Dec’2018.

While addressing the gatherings of students and teachers the Group Captain (Rtd) Mohanto Panging Pao briefed about the objective of ‘Pay Back to Society’ mission organized by the Arunachalee Armed Forces Commissioned Officers under the guidance of the Excellency the Governor of Arunachal Pradesh and said ‘we are here to motivate and to create awareness among youths about career in Armed Forces; the future lies in you all and we want to see more of you in Armed Forces’ he quipped. Further, illustrating adventurous career in Armed forces, he advised the students to dream big to achieve bigger goals in life.

Sergeant Commander Dr. Marak Pertin also informed the students about the career in Indian Navy. Exhorting  the young minds he said that ‘Nothing is impossible, keep yourself mentally tough and have a dream to become a better person in the society, adding to it he said ‘to serve the motherland and to live life of respect and honour you should join Armed Forces’.  Dr. Pertin  also called upon them to refrain from addiction to drugs and tobacco and requested the teachers to give proper guide to students and said  it is equally important on the part of  students to give respect to their teachers in all aspects.

First Lady Army Officer from Arunachal Major Ponung Doming, said ‘ today I am standing before you all, it is all because of support provided by  my parents and teachers and like that you all should  respect your parents and teachers, their blessings are equally important to achieve bigger in life plus your determination and hard work’. She also gave detail presentation on career options in Indian Army and competitive exams.

Later on in the interactive session, the officers answered the queries put forward by the students and the teachers.

Earlier, ADC (Hq) Tabang Bodung welcomed the officers and advised the students to take full benefit of advises given during the programme. DDSE S.T. Zara, gave vote of thanks and expressed deep gratitude to the officers for motivating the students to have better career in life. Students from Don Bosco School, Nonpu, Govt Higher Secondary School, Doimukh, Govt Secondary School, RGU and Mani, NIT Yupia, RGU, Bom Kakir Mission School Midpu attended the programme.

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