Tsürangkong, June 1 (MExN): Self sustenance and individual contribution are vital for fostering all round development of the state, Nagaland Chief Secretary Pankaj Kumar stressed today.
He was speaking as the special guest during the literary session of the ongoing 27th annual conference of the Naga Student Federation (NSF) at Tsürang Valley.
Emphasising that human resource is the most important resources for a hill state like Nagaland, the Chief Secretary encouraged students to be a fathomable resource of the state – by labouring hard and not to rely too much on government jobs.
“Venture into promising private organisation and be prepared to grab opportunities in the IT revolution,” he urged.
Noting that the Nagas are blessed with bounty with youth talented and gifted with abilities in different field, Kumar opined that in the days to come Nagas will benefit from the “ongoing political issues if solved amicably and honourably.”
Nagas will also benefits from the look east policy of the government and from the dream project of 4-lane road which has started, he highlighted.
A debate on the topic ‘Nagas are economically sustaining as a nation’ was also held where student representatives from all the federating units participated, the Medai Committee NSF informed in a press note.