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�Don�t be job seekers, become job creators�

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, Aug 28 - Minister of State (Independent charge) for Urban Development, Health and Family Welfare, Pijush Hazarika, today appealed to youths of the region to stop being job-seekers and become job creators instead.

Addressing postgraduate students in the second three-day Postgraduation Orientation Programme of Royal Global University, which got under way today, Hazarika, in his speech as the chief guest, appreciated that Royal Global University has succeeded in stopping the exodus of students from the North East to some extent by creating a 'knowledge park' in Guwahati for the students of the region.

AK Pansari, Chancellor, advised the freshers to follow the mantras of focus, honesty, passion, ethics and positive attitude. Saying that one must know how to lead a balanced and successful life, he encouraged the new PG students to become aggressive, passionate and dynamic individuals to achieve their goals.

Prof (Dr) SP Singh, Vice Chancellor, stating that RGU has played a small role by checking this exodus and bringing in the best of education and infrastructure to Assam, said RGU is at par with the best private universities of the country. In this era of competitive professional world, the only way we can achieve success is by making our youth industry-ready, he maintained.

A dance recital on Saraswati Vandana and an inspirational group song performed by the students added vigour to the programme, stated an RGU press release.

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�Don�t be job seekers, become job creators�

GUWAHATI, Aug 28 - Minister of State (Independent charge) for Urban Development, Health and Family Welfare, Pijush Hazarika, today appealed to youths of the region to stop being job-seekers and become job creators instead.

Addressing postgraduate students in the second three-day Postgraduation Orientation Programme of Royal Global University, which got under way today, Hazarika, in his speech as the chief guest, appreciated that Royal Global University has succeeded in stopping the exodus of students from the North East to some extent by creating a 'knowledge park' in Guwahati for the students of the region.

AK Pansari, Chancellor, advised the freshers to follow the mantras of focus, honesty, passion, ethics and positive attitude. Saying that one must know how to lead a balanced and successful life, he encouraged the new PG students to become aggressive, passionate and dynamic individuals to achieve their goals.

Prof (Dr) SP Singh, Vice Chancellor, stating that RGU has played a small role by checking this exodus and bringing in the best of education and infrastructure to Assam, said RGU is at par with the best private universities of the country. In this era of competitive professional world, the only way we can achieve success is by making our youth industry-ready, he maintained.

A dance recital on Saraswati Vandana and an inspirational group song performed by the students added vigour to the programme, stated an RGU press release.

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