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‘I married and let my wife persue her academic & professiol career’

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  9 March 2017 12:00 AM GMT

From Our Correspondent

BORDUMSA March 8: ‘Believing in liberty to women in respect of exploring the academic and professiol career at a suitable stage as an essence of society and domestic fronts too I encouraged my wife to continue her studies and explore all possible avenues and challenges she wished to compete with in life,’ said Diwan Gamlin the BDO Bordumsa while addressing the house during the Intertiol Women’s Day organized here at Khererm Kacheri village at Bordumsa in Changlang

District. The day long agenda of the IWD organized by the Kherem Kacheri Mahila Mandal comprised various sports, literary and cultural activities beside an open session. Speaking as the Chief Guest on the occasion, Gamlin appreciating the concept of women entrepreneurship and terming the women in general as the most potent force of human civilization and all subsequent development in the world, tried to motivate the house and urged the male counterpart to boost the women population and encourage them in all their endeavors. Citing own example, Gamlin told that his better half Tage Lucy Gamlin was allowed to peruse her career even after marriage defying the obstruction on the way. Having completed her Bachelor degree with Honors in English and Diploma in Garment and fashion Technology. She acquired Master in Design from Nift kerela Kunnur Work besides serving in the capacity of lecturer in IDT Surat. According to him, taking care of the two children himself for the sake of family honour and successful domestic life despite employing at government transferable job, he always let her follow success wherever she wished to land.

Beside participating at various overseas fashion show at Las Vegas in USA, Bgkok in Thailand and at the states of Kerela, Kartaka and Aruchal Pradesh in India. Inspiring the gathering Mr Gamlin the proud husband of Mrs Gamlinpresently working as designer in textile company in Jaipur told that men have had enough time let women take the stride now. Menfolk ought to assist and take care of domestic affairs at par with the women and the female should be allowed to grow independently in the domain of their choice and profession. The programme witnessed a significant gathering from various walks oflife and people termed the example of BDO as ‘indeed inspiring’.

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