CSU SJC celebrates Freshers’ Day cum Social Gathering

CSU SJC celebrates Freshers’ Day cum Social Gathering
Chakhesang Students’ Union, St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama members with guest and others during the celebration of its 32nd Freshers’ Day cum Social Gathering held on September 1.

 

Jakhama, September 5 (MExN): The Chakhesang Students’ Union, St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama on September 1 held its 32nd Freshers’ Day cum Social Gathering under the theme ‘Strive, Excel & Impact’, with Velu-o Shijo, Additional Director, SIRD, Government of Nagaland as the guest speaker.

 

The Union President, Divito Vese in a press release said that speaking on the occasion Velu-o Shijo encouraged the students by sharing his life experiences. Recalling his past life and making comparison with the present day, he called upon the students to take advantage of the facilities and opportunities that is available today and work tirelessly to achieve their goals.

 

“Nobody can sustain you but only God almighty can sustain you,” the speaker told the students, reminding them to be God fearing to become successful individual and contribute towards the growth and progress of society.

 

Sharing on the importance of education, he urged the students to be determined, hardworking and carefully utilize their time. Nobody is going to take away the degree or education you earned, he said.

 

Further, he also advised the students to prioritize things stating that God has given us the right to choose and one must think properly in taking up any professions. Life is full of ups and downs and it is not easy, he said, and told the students to strive hard to excel in life.

 

During the programme, Rukutalu Veswuh, Asst. Professor, Department of Zoology, St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama also exhorted the students. Earlier, Chikhungo Puro, Asst. Pastor, CBCK invoked God’s blessings while Welcome note was delivered by its President Divito Vese. Zacusato Theyo, President, Kohima Chakhesang Students’ Union greeted the gathering and words of gratitude proposed by Weche-u Mero, Cultural Secretary. The programme was compered by Khotsozo Venuh and Wezo-u Dienu.