CCPUR, June 14,
Dream big. There is no failure in life but only lessons to learn, Education Minister Th. Radheshyam said while addressing the Churachandpur District Toppers Award 2018 organised by Joint Students Body of Ccpur at Synod Hall, IB Road yesterday.
Urging the students not to pursue jobs or career just to serve ones personal interest, the Minister with his cheerful demeanor, said when you aspire to serve the people through your job or career, then you will be a successful person.
He further said that just getting good marks in Board exams is not enough to be called good education and urged all concerned to reorient the students to become thinkers, innovators and achievers. Radheshyam also stressed the need to inculcate a sense of innovation and broaden the thinking capacity of the students.
The Minister expressed his happiness that people of Churachandpur are becoming catalyst of positive change and many from the district are found occupying high positions in various Central Govt ministries and departments including PSUs.
Shri Radheshyam further assured the people that he would extend possible assistance for the betterment of the districts human resource in consultation with the districts elected representatives.
The programme was amongst others attended by Shri Vungzagin Valte, Chairman, MTDC; Shri Ginsuanhau Zou, Chairman, MANIREDA; Shri Khaipao Haokip, Chairman, ADC, Churachandpur; Shri Shyam Lal Poonia, DC, Ccpur and Shri Rakesh Balwal, SP, Ccpur apart from some district level officers and leaders of civil society organizations.
A total of 19 students who are declared overall toppers of the district in the Class X and Class XII exams conducted by BOSEM, COHSEM and CBSE were presented awards during the programme. Joint Students Body comprises of Kuki Students Organisation (KSO), Mizo Zirlai Pawl (MZP) and Zomi Students Federation (ZSF).
The Minister along with his entourage, after the award function, inspected Vimala Raina High School located at the heart of the town where he interacted with the staff and students. The school authority highlighted the infrastructure needs of the school to the Minister.