Nagaland’s high literacy rate not translated into jobs, says Governor Jagdish Mukhi

Nagaland’s high literacy rate not translated into jobs, says Governor Jagdish Mukhi

DIMAPUR: Nagaland and Assam Governor Prof Jagdish Mukhi said the high education rate in Nagaland isn’t landing converted into positions and the well deserved harmony consequently isn’t giving monetary thriving.

Mukhi expressed this while tending to the Governor’s felicitation program for the clinchers, rank holders and achievers of HSLC and HSSLC Examinations 2022 at Dr Imkongliba Ao corridor at Raj Bhawan in Kohima.

Seeing that Nagaland is punching far beneath its weight, he encouraged the understudies to offer their best in their abilities to carry shrubs to the state.

He further encouraged them to consolidate the prescribed procedures of different societies while simultaneously exhibiting the qualities and qualities of our own general public and local area.

He said learning is an endless cycle.

“These board assessments are just an achievement in the excursion of training and the venturing stones to the bigger life where one will before long need to come to serious conclusions about vocations and callings,” he said.

“Information power will decide the spot of a country in the worldwide local area and help in the advancement of training,” Mukhi said.

He spoke to the state government to assist with establishing the right climate wherein the youthful personalities will be terminated with imagination. He likewise said the National Education Policy of 2020 is a very much arranged guide to create an eco-framework that will sustain the ability of the youthful age.

The Governor introduced the honors and declarations to the clinchers and achievers of HSLC and HSSLC. Mukhi complimented the endeavors of the multitude of understudies who have accepted their High School Leaving Certificate and the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate.

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