Student community should preserve, promote the socio-cultural fabric of Arunachal- Chowna Mein
Dy CM Chowna Mein called upon the student community to preserve and promote the socio-cultural fabric of the State of Arunachal which lies in our multicultural society.
Deputy Chief Minister, Chowna Mein urged the students to develop a sense of competitiveness and to make themselves competent enough to compete in any part of the world. He was speaking at the inaugural function of 7th Annual College Week of the Govt College at Doimukh today.
Citing that there is limited scope for every one to be accommodated in the white collar Govt job, he said that it is high time that the student must educate and skilled themselves to compete and work in any part of the world. Stating that the Pema Khandu led Govt has brought in several administrative and financial reforms in the State, it has also make the recruitment system fully transparent by creating Staff Selection Board. Now the candidate will be selected purely in merit basis for Group C vacancies too thereby giving no scope for backdoor entry. He also said that there is no dearth of young talents in the State and the need of the hour is to give them right exposure.
He also called upon the student community to preserve and promote the socio-cultural fabric of the State of Arunachal which lies in our multicultural society. He said that the biggest challenge facing the young generations of the State is drug addiction. He urged the students to keep themselves away from such addictions and also urged upon every responsible citizens to ponder upon it and to find a solution to this challenge.
Addressing the faculty members of the college, Mein said that with the privilege of getting govt job by the indigenous tribal people as per the 80:20 reservation ratio, our responsibilities have also increased. “We must shoulder this responsibility with sincerity and dedication as the future generations of the State is in our hands now and it is our responsibility to mould them in right direction and make them able persons”, he added.
He further said that Hamara Arunachal Abhiyan is a great initiative by the Home Minister and appealed every one to be a part of this Abhiyan to make our State a better and safer place to live.
He also said to look into the 3 points memorandum submitted by the students of the Govt College.
State BJP Vice President, Dominic Tadar while attending the programme as the Guest of Honour has also appealed to the students to maintain good atmosphere in the college campus. He also urged them to skilled themselves and to attain perfection in their chosen fields in order to succeed in life.
Land donor, Tana Bado, Principal, Dr M Q Khan and Union Advisor, Tai Tugung also spoke on the occasion while General Secretary, Nabam Radhe submitted a three points memorandum to the Deputy Chief Minister.
Mein also visited the college campus to take stock of the infrastructural development of the College. A multicultural mega-dance was also presented on the occasion.
Among others, MLA Doimukh Tana Hali Tara, SP Yupia, Jimmy Chiram, Govt Officers and Faculty Members were also present.
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