Mr Conrad advices, students to be disciplined, respect elders, work hard to succeed in life

Shillong  August 31: The Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma today attended the Silver Jubilee celebration of Sacred Heart Boys’ Higher Secondary School Mawlai Shillong.

Addressing the students the Chief Minister advised the students to be disciplined, have respect for their elders and work hard to succeed in life.

‘The present world is full distractions that will deter you from achieving your goals It is important that you remain grounded in your values and not lose focus’, he said.

The Chief Minister also told the gathering that out of the 9 lakh eligible youth in the State only 2 lakh are fortunate to receive school or college education, adding that the Government is putting all its effort to increase the number of schools and colleges with a special emphasis on higher and technical education.

The Chief Minister also said that 30 different residential schools funded by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs are being set up across all districts of the State to improve educational infrastructure.

Stating that over 1 lakh youth in the State enter the workforce every year the Chief Minister stressed the need to create more employment opportunities and said that the Government is working earnestly to address the concerns of limited job opportunities.

He urged all stakeholders to work together for the welfare and progress of the State. The Silver Jubilarians from the teaching faculty were also felicitated by the Chief Minister at the function.

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