Imphal, November 25, 2017 (DIPR): Education Minister Thokchom Radheshyam Singh congratulating the passing out young and dedicated 33 Nurse Graduates said that “the first line actors” to take care of the sick, injured, and the needy irrespective of their caste, creed, colour and religion serving all with love and affection are the Nurses.
He added that they are like the sun or the candles that give light to everyone and everywhere. The Minister was speaking at the 2nd Convocation Cum Graduation Day Ceremony at CMC College of Nursing, Koirengei.
Radheshyam described the profession of Nurse as one of the noblest and holiest devoted for the well being of the humanity. If the aspects of doctors and nurse could be combined it would create wonders. He advised the young graduates that if they dream and focused in their goals with the faith in God they all are bound to achieve.
He explained to the young graduates gearing to serve the needy that it is not the completion of their work as professional nurse that matters. But, their duty to one and all, how much love and care they have been able to render and receive, the satisfaction they would get and how many smile and laughter they have been able to bring on someone’s face and had given and received love while serving is the most important, he described.
Vice Chancellor, Manipur University, Prof. Adya Prasad Pandey said that the profession of nurse is neither simple nor very hard. He said to be in this profession is like getting a heavenly opportunity to serve the mankind and must be carried out with devotion. No matter how difficult the situation may be, he advised the students to bear a smile and be polite while carrying out their duty.
Most Rev. Dominic Lumon DD Archbishop Imphal told the newly graduated nurses that they all must bring a difference with their service in someone’s life through love and care.
The convocation was attended by Management, staffs, Students and parents. Certificates and medals were also distributed to the toppers and the graduates.