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Inculcate a sense of discipline, spirit of tolerance: Sharma

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  1 Feb 2015 12:00 AM GMT

Our Correspondent

Itagar, January 31: Aruchal Pradesh Governor Lt Gen (Retd) Nirbhay Sharma has urged the students to prepare themselves for the responsibilities that lie ahead. “To face the future with confidence and fulfilling the dream of modern India, the students must inculcate in themselves a sense of discipline, a spirit of tolerance, a quest for knowledge, a positive mind and respect for fellow human beings,” Sharma said while addressing the students at the annual prize giving ceremony in Ramakrish Mission School, rottam gar, in Tirap district on Friday.

The Governor pointed that discipline leads to respect for each other, which in turn creates peace and harmony in the campus and in the society. It helps to grow as a responsible and responsive citizen. He asked the students to be inquisitive, a Raj Bhawan communiqué said here today.

Emphasizing that excellence is the key, the Governor said that in today’s world, mediocrity has no value. Strive to be excellent and best in whatever field you choose. He advised the students not to be trapped by dogma and to follow own heart and intuition.

The Governor advised the students to have purpose in life. Quoting Prime Minister rendra Modi, he asked them never to dream of becoming something. He said that if they wish to dream, dream of doing something. When we do something, we get satisfaction, and get inspiration to do something new. If we only dream of becoming something, and cannot fulfill the dream, then we only get disappointed. He exhorted them to dream big to do something. Pointing that Aruchal Pradesh is a gifted land with rich biodiversity, the Governor advised the students to go extra mile to preserve the treasure flora and fau. Sharing his experiences as officer in the India Army, the Governor also advised the students to join Armed forces and served the tion. He expressed confidence that with motivation from Swamijis, learned teachers, guardians, public leaders and representatives, many of them will join the Armed forces.

Addressing the teachers and guardians on the occasion, the Governor said that one of the biggest challenges today is creating human resource qualified to meet the needs of today’s dymic world.

Therefore, they must make the students ready for avenues for employment, entrepreneurship and industry. It can be done by making research, designing courses, relevant to the present requirement and promote entrepreneurship, he said.

“We need to prepare our human resource keeping in view the future requirement of our State and the country. We have to realize that we need highly skilled individuals for our industries and other sectors,” he added. The Governor commended the Ramakrish Mission Order for the yeoman’s service in health and education in the State. He said that Ramakrish Mission School, rottam gar in the last forty–four years, has been a significant pillar in tion building. “It has not only been a mere school for academic excellence, but an institution, which upholds and instills the values of discipline, selflessness, compassion, intellectual curiosity and sense of fairness. He expressed his continued support to the institution for better tomorrow of the State and the country,” he added.

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