NSSU Hosts Career Guidance Seminar | MorungExpress
Dimapur, April 17 (MExN): The Northern Sumi Students Union (NSSU) held a one-day Career Guidance Seminar under the theme “Getting Ready for a Brighter and Better Future” at the Tourist Lodge Conference Hall, Dimapur on 14 April.
According to a press release received, NSSU has invited three resource persons from various professions and backgrounds to instill, educate and guide students for their future.
Basing his session on his life experiences, Bokali Kughalu Chishi lamented that unemployment has become a trend in the current context of Naga society. She said dress-up dates have encouraged lazy students, while limited job opportunities in the government sector have caused unemployment to skyrocket year on year, creating a negative impact among applicants who pursue. competitions. In this regard, she encouraged students not to seek backdoor dates and instead motivated them to seek quality education and compete with the rest of the world with the knowledge and wisdom they have acquired.
Chishi also advised attendees not to abuse modern technological gadgets but to focus on their dreams of a better future. Citing some examples such as the inequality of labor wages between men and women in Naga society, she felt that such mindsets should be removed as “gender bias is no longer appropriate in this contemporary 21st century”. Stating that women’s empowerment should continue to spread, she urged participants to advocate for rights whenever needed without any hesitation.
According to the statement, Tongpang Matsung, Consultant, NCD, Development of Health & Family Welfare, gave a presentation on pursuing medical studies and shared valuable contributions on the subject. Students and resource persons had valuable interactions and discussions during the session where Matsung categorically ranked different courses for the medical profession and advised students to make choices based on their areas of interest.
Meanwhile, Steve Chophy, Founder and Consultant of Nagaland Education Consultancy (NEC) gave the students an insight into his experiences over the past few years. He thanked the NSSU for organizing the event stating that it is the vital role of the student community to guide and show the right way. He felt that there were many courses to take and suggested that students not only depend on others but, through their own qualifications and skills, contribute to society and earn a living.