Imphal, May 5, 2018 (DIPR): Education Minister Shri Thokchom Radheshyam said that a school has two parts like the humans having a body and a mind. He said the body acts as a hardware and mind as software, and as we grew old our body may get unattractive, but our minds become more beautiful.
Similarly, in an educational institute, the infrastructure acts as the hardware and the young students and teachers as the software. Therefore, it is very important that the students take up the teaching of the teachers who guides and mentor them, to become a better human. The Minister was speaking as Chief Guest at the Farewell Cum Graduation Day – 2018 ceremony of Don Bosco College, Maram.
Citing the hard-work and service of personalities like Mother Teresa and Nelson Mandela, the Education Minister appealed to the young students to be hard-working, for success comes to those who struggle, sacrifice and serve the needy.
Th. Radheshyam said that the North Eastern states of the country has been lacking behind despite of all the talents the region has, and the progress of the region now lies in the hands of the young people. He urged the students to become the solution provider with their abilities and talent that they have been nourishing with the education they have receiving since the day they took their first step.
The ex Minister Shri Francis Ngajokpa said that everyone in this world comes alone and will die alone. The knowledge of light that one receives should be taken along the path of their life for the betterment and well being of the society.
The two students of the college who hold positions in the recently declared Higher Secondary Examination, 2018 conducted by the Council of Higher Secondary Education, Manipur were also felicitated.
The Farewell Cum Graduation Day – 2018 was attended by Senapati District Commissioner, Shri Athem Muivah, concern officials, Principal of the College, teachers, staffs, students and parents.