ULTYF felicitates academic rankers
NAHARLAGUN, July 21: M/s T K Consortium Private Limited MD Techi Jully has exhorted students’ community to work hard and dedicate their time for study without to become worthy citizens to serve the society.
Addressing United Leil Tara Youth Foundation (ULTYF) 7th felicitation programme-2018 as special guest here today, she expressed grave concern over poor performance of the students in last CBSE examinations and urged them to concentrate more without wasting time in unwanted activities to excel in academic field and have a secured career as professionals and avail opportunity to serve the society. She also advised them to speak own dialect and maintain traditional identity and cultural value.
Kra-Dadi DDSE Tob Tarin Tara, speaking as resource person, motivated the students by various ideas to compete in various examinations. He advocated developing reading and writing habits, respect elders and parents for achieving success in life.
President Debia Muj highlighted activities of the ULTYF and suggested ways to give education first priority to become professional which is need of hour. GS Techi Peko Tara, organising secretary Tana Guma Tara also spoke.
Organising chairman Techi Paka, PWD SE Techi Ratu, Prof Tana Sowren, AAB Tara Multipurpose Cooperative Society president Taw Tebin, engineers Kholie Tath, Techi Topu Tara, Techi Jobae, Techi Totu Tara besides Techi Tukap, Techi Nyokum and senior members of the community, among others, were present.
The students who were felicitated were: class X – Debia Angel Yeam (94.4 %), Techi Tarin (89.2 %), Techi David (84.6 %) of; class XII (science) – Techi Nancy (83.2%), Techi Jimmy (78%); class XII (humanities) – Techi Joungam (90.2%), Yaje Techi Tara (73.6%), Rari Tana Tara (71%); university level – Tana Yagum (secured 9th rank with 85.4% from Nagaland University), Yania Techi (78.6% from Arunachal University of Studies, Namsai) and Techi Nemay (Punjab University with 74.9%).