Interactive, motivational sessions for students organized

PASIGHAT, Nov. 20: An interactive and motivational session for 125 students of classes X and XII with resource persons drawn from various fields was organized by the DDSE at the Shikshak Sadan here in East Siang district on Monday.
Students from various government secondary and higher secondary schools of the district, who have secured more than 80 percent and above marks in the periodic tests, were invited to the programme held under the ‘Mission 80% and above’.
Calling upon students to give their best for the upcoming board examinations, East Siang Deputy Commissioner Dr Kinny Singh advised the students that “with only 90 days left for the board examination, it is the right and most crucial time to prepare for the examination to achieve the goal.”
Singh said she had also studied at a government school and college and that “we all have the potential.”
SP Rajiv Ranjan Singh shared that hard work in a disciplined manner, along with cultivating the habit of reading will surely stand them in good stead all through their academic life and also later in their career.
Fifth IRBN Commandant Esha Pandey dwelt on the empowering role of education while also sharing various career avenues open to the students.
Former group captain Mohonto Panging shared his journey from a rural school in Arunachal Pradesh to become the first fighter pilot from the state. He also motivated them to think out of the box and re-imagine, to become innovators, inventors and pioneers, entrepreneurs.
Women Against Social Evil secretary-general Joya Tasung Moyong advised the young generation to shun drugs, alcohol and intoxicants and make positive contributions to the society.
DDSE J Yirang thanked the DC for her initiatives to improve the educational scenario of the district.
Dr Keni Lego, EAC Kamin Darrang, Sainik School Niglok Principal Lt Commander Amit Kumar, Dr SN Jha, HoD (Geo) JN College also motivated the students.
Later, the students were taken to Elam Textiles Industry, College of Horticulture and Forestry, JN College and the offices of the DC and SP. (DIPRO)