Arunachal Governor Asks Students To Become Job Providers
Arunachal Governor attend Convocation of RGU
Arunachal Pradesh Governor Brig Dr B D Mishra (Retd) asked students to set up start-ups and become job providers, instead of running after government jobs.
Addressing the 19th convocation of Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) at Rono Hills on Tuesday, the governor said that agriculture and its related work fields provide good opportunities for startup.
Mishra said if the students are determined and willing to respect the dignity of work and labour, there is a big scope everywhere for good livelihood.
He advised them to acquire merit and not bribe for their mission accomplishment. “Always abide by law and be a man of cent per cent humane virtues,” he stressed.
Attended the 19th Convocation of Rajiv Gandhi University, Rono Hills, Doimukh.— Brig. (Dr.) B. D. Mishra (Retd.) (@BrigMishra) November 30, 2021
Congratulated the awardees of Medals of distinction, Degrees and Diplomas and asked them to show themselves worthy of the medals of same in their life and conversation. pic.twitter.com/9qJQqb0DKx
He asked the passing out students to inculcate seven chapters of behaviour including, transparency, accountability, probity, promptness, equal dispensation, audit and mid-course correction. He said that they must also have self-discipline, which inter alia, includes punctuality, respect for elders, assisting every child of 5 years of age to go to school and most importantly help for the needy and weak.
Called upon the passing out students to emerge as a frontline contributor for humanitarian cause in any crisis and draw lessons from our Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s initiatives during the fight against COVID-19 Pandemic. pic.twitter.com/YXyxoovNTe— Brig. (Dr.) B. D. Mishra (Retd.) (@BrigMishra) November 30, 2021
The governor congratulated the awardees of medals of distinction, degrees and diplomas and said that they have meritoriously distinguished themselves as also done proud to their alma matter, guides, teachers, parents and the society.
He said that they must in their life and conversation show themselves worthy of the medals of distinction, degrees and diplomas.