NEW DELHI, October 19: A career orientation cum social awareness program on entrepreneurship, law and order and career options for north-east students was organized by Voice Club in association with Manipur Young Mind Association Delhi (MYMAD), Centre for Rural Upliftment and Development Organization (CREDO) and Manipur Upliftment Centre (MUC) Manipur, at Mukherjee Nagar Police Station, New Delhi, said a press release.
It said, Joy Raj, ex-serviceman and social worker talked about his experience as a north east student in delhi. He also explained about the mentality of discrimination, prejudice and other issues for both north-east people as well as the mainland people.
Meanwhile, Rajiv Baruwa, UPSC co-ordinator Sankalp Bhawan explained about pursuing civil services as a career. He also extended a comprehensive speech about UPSC exam preparation, said the press release.
It said, CP Barduwas, Inspector of Delhi Police talked about the security measures that the Delhi Police had taken over the years for the students staying in the North Campus areas of Delhi University, and also asked the participants to cooperate with Delhi Police in preventing and fighting crimes.
Moreover, the press release said that Hidam Gourashyam, a reasearch scholar from Manipur expressed his concerns about the lack of respect for labour and insisted that all professions should be respected.
Rohit Khari, former Assistant Director of Commerce & Industry, Goverment of India said that entrepreneurship is about taking risk with no limits, and added that entrepreneurship is needed for the development of any society, said the press release.
It said, the speakers were felicitated by Khulna laimayum, President, MYMAD, Anand Wangkhem, Secretary, CREDO, Manipur, Rezeena Yaikhom, Secretary of VOICE CLUB and Bidyasagar Salam, President of VOICE CLUB, Delhi.