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Be ‘game changers,’ Governor tells students

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Governor PB Acharya posing for a photograph during an interaction session with the students of Government College and Government Excellence Higher Secondary School in Thandla, Madhya Pradesh on Jan. 11.

Dimapur, Jan. 11 (EMN): Governor of Nagaland PB Acharya on Friday interacted with the students of Government College and Government Excellence Higher Secondary School in Thandla, Madhya Pradesh. He urged the young minds to continue working hard and achieve their goal of empowering themselves with knowledge.

The governor is in Thandla to attend the Golden Jubilee celebrations of Vedik Sammelan at Maharshi Dayanand Sevashram on Jan. 12. He is the chief guest of the event.

The governor encouraged the students to be ‘game changers’ and socially accountable; be an asset to the society and employable by the time they pass out of the college. Work culture should be embraced and be positive towards entrepreneurship, he added.

Stating that education is not a disease but the solution, he encouraged the students to concentrate on education and develop their community and society. He asserted that education is one of the most important instruments for men and women. ‘We should not become job seekers but job givers,’ he added.

He also encouraged the teachers to stay dedicated in providing knowledge and right set of skill-training to the students so that they can stand on their own once they pass out of the college.

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