Sohra Youth Centre Inaugurated At St.John Bosco Boys H.S.School , Sohra June 7 th , 2013
Shri T.W.Chyne, M.L.A Sohra Assembly constituency today inaugurated the Youth Centre which was temporarily set up at St.John Bosco Boys Higher Secondary School, Maraikaphon , Sohra in the presence of Shri C.V. Darlong Diengdoh, I.A.S, Sub-Divisional Officer (C ), Sohra and other distinguished guests.
Speaking as the Chief-Guest on the occasion, Mr.Chyne said that this youth centre was his aspired dream and hoped that the centre he would provide exposure for the youth so as not to get indulged in all kinds of negative activities. He said that this community oriented centre would serve as a proper platform for different career counseling programmes where the youth will get the chance to interact with one another. He also hoped that the centre would also cater to unemployment problems faced by the youth and it was expected that career guidance- counseling’s in Sports, Fashion & Technology and life skills training etc can be imparted to youth. He therefore He therefore appealed to the students community to avail such golden opportunity. He then wished the centre a success and assured to extend full cooperation .He handed over the scarves to Presidents of Eco-Clubs of different institutions.
Shri.C.V.Diengdoh, I.A.S, Sub-Divisional Officer(C), Sohra in his speech said that students of this area have enough -potential to compete with others but they lack information and guidance in choosing their careers. Apart from career guidance &counseling, the centre would also serve as a platform for creation of awareness against degradation of the environment . He therefore urged them to use the centre to the best of their ability.
Cultural programmes were the order of the day.
Earlier, Smt.B.Ranee ,E.A.C, Sohra delivered the welcome address while Shri R.Wahlang , E.A.C, Sohra offered the vote of thanks.
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