Razeba Catholic Youth Association celebrates Silver Jubilee


Kohima: The 39th general conference-cum-fresher’s day of Kezo Town Students’ Union (KTSU) was held Saturday at Kezo Town with Er. Zale Neikha, general secretary Angami Sports Association as the chief guest.

Touching on the topic “Knowledge is Power,” Er. Neikha said it define as a person having more knowledge will be able to control circumstances in the life accordingly.”

He said knowledge is more powerful than physical strength and no great work can be done without knowledge.

Human beings are physically weaker than animals yet become the most powerful and cleaver creature on earth, he said adding “Because they get power from knowledge, they have ability to acquire knowledge and preserve their knowledge.”

He said that knowledge gives them power to know how to control the forces of nature and then use them for getting benefited.

Stating that understanding comes through asking questions, he said “A child’s learning capability is faster because this is what a child frequently asks. Adolescents and adult should also cultivate this habit to improve and increase one’s knowledge.”

Saying that failures are the pillar of success and should be treated as learning experiences, he said “Failing is one step closer to success provided you correct your mistakes and learn from it. You should not feel as a downfall when you failed.”

Further, he challenged the government teachers to give their best to promote the school at par with the private school.

Kezoma Students’ Union (KSU) first president Vikrosa Zecho also exhorted the gathering while presidential address was delivered by KTSU president Kenongol Tase.

(Source: Morungexpress)

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