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�Never succumb to failure as hard work finally brings success�

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, Oct 12 - Sujoy Banerjee, Chief Conservator of Forests, Wildlife, Gonda, UP called upon students to never succumb to failure as perseverance would eventually lead to success. He was addressing online fresh students of the Royal Global University (RGU) today, according to a press release issued here.

Banerjee, a committed conservation professional, reminded the young adults about the importance of enjoying as well as achieving in life simultaneously. He laid stress on unparalleled value of hard-work, honesty, ethics and integrity. Advising the students to work for their own satisfaction in order to achieve the set personal goals and not look for external validation or appreciation, he urged them to have a sense of clarity on goals, yet be ready to accept if things didn�t go their way.

Banerjee shared with the students breathtaking anecdotes from his life, inspiring them to make the most of the career choices available and never succumb to failure as perseverance would only eventually lead to success. Accepting their work wholeheartedly would automatically result in good performance, he added.

Laying stress on the healing energy of music, Banerjee treated the audience to some of his music-video creations-�Save the Wilds� and �Save the Ganga (8D Version)� that revolve around some of India�s major environment conservation projects like �Save Ganga� and other campaigns. He urged citizens to acknowledge the hard work and sacrifices of forest rangers and guards, the unsung heroes of the forest who ensure protection and conservation of wildlife in the country�s forest covers.

RGU VC Prof SP Singh, Chairperson Academic Dr AK Buragohain, Registrar Angira Mimani and deans of schools under RGU were also present.

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�Never succumb to failure as hard work finally brings success�

GUWAHATI, Oct 12 - Sujoy Banerjee, Chief Conservator of Forests, Wildlife, Gonda, UP called upon students to never succumb to failure as perseverance would eventually lead to success. He was addressing online fresh students of the Royal Global University (RGU) today, according to a press release issued here.

Banerjee, a committed conservation professional, reminded the young adults about the importance of enjoying as well as achieving in life simultaneously. He laid stress on unparalleled value of hard-work, honesty, ethics and integrity. Advising the students to work for their own satisfaction in order to achieve the set personal goals and not look for external validation or appreciation, he urged them to have a sense of clarity on goals, yet be ready to accept if things didn�t go their way.

Banerjee shared with the students breathtaking anecdotes from his life, inspiring them to make the most of the career choices available and never succumb to failure as perseverance would only eventually lead to success. Accepting their work wholeheartedly would automatically result in good performance, he added.

Laying stress on the healing energy of music, Banerjee treated the audience to some of his music-video creations-�Save the Wilds� and �Save the Ganga (8D Version)� that revolve around some of India�s major environment conservation projects like �Save Ganga� and other campaigns. He urged citizens to acknowledge the hard work and sacrifices of forest rangers and guards, the unsung heroes of the forest who ensure protection and conservation of wildlife in the country�s forest covers.

RGU VC Prof SP Singh, Chairperson Academic Dr AK Buragohain, Registrar Angira Mimani and deans of schools under RGU were also present.

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