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�Those who can�t remove others� obstacles become obstacles themselves�

By The Assam Tribune

GUWAHATI, Aug 21 - �Those who cannot remove obstacles from the path of others, will become obstacles themselves,� said Dr Mridul Hazarika, while speaking as the chief guest of the post graduate orientation programme of the Royal Global University here today, according to an RGU press release.

Dr Hazarika, who handed over charge as Vice Chancellor of Gauhati University to Prof PJ Handique today, narrated his experiences on importance of values and ethics to confront challenges. He said one must ensure that they are skilled enough to face challenges, otherwise it would either lead to anxiety or boredom. He emphasised the need for unity among the university, society and the country to truly be able to contribute to nation building.

Prof Kalpana Sarathy, Dean of the Department of Social Work, Tata Institute of Social Sciences who was the distinguished guest on the occasion, made the students feel gratified that they were privileged enough to be able to pursue higher education, a chance that many do not get. She asked the students to promote social justice and encouraged them to strengthen their core values, by having respect towards human dignity, sensitivity, equality, rationality and habits of civic engagement, which would make them responsible global citizens in future.

The students were also addressed by RGU Chancellor AK Pansari, Vice Chancellor Prof SP Singh and Prof AK Buragohain, Chairperson (Academic).

Award: Meanwhile, RGU Chancellor Pansari who is also Chairman of the Royal Global School, was awarded as a �Future 50 Leader Shaping Success, 2019� in the field of education at the Amity School Leadership Summit held in Jaipur on August 19, the release added.

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�Those who can�t remove others� obstacles become obstacles themselves�

GUWAHATI, Aug 21 - �Those who cannot remove obstacles from the path of others, will become obstacles themselves,� said Dr Mridul Hazarika, while speaking as the chief guest of the post graduate orientation programme of the Royal Global University here today, according to an RGU press release.

Dr Hazarika, who handed over charge as Vice Chancellor of Gauhati University to Prof PJ Handique today, narrated his experiences on importance of values and ethics to confront challenges. He said one must ensure that they are skilled enough to face challenges, otherwise it would either lead to anxiety or boredom. He emphasised the need for unity among the university, society and the country to truly be able to contribute to nation building.

Prof Kalpana Sarathy, Dean of the Department of Social Work, Tata Institute of Social Sciences who was the distinguished guest on the occasion, made the students feel gratified that they were privileged enough to be able to pursue higher education, a chance that many do not get. She asked the students to promote social justice and encouraged them to strengthen their core values, by having respect towards human dignity, sensitivity, equality, rationality and habits of civic engagement, which would make them responsible global citizens in future.

The students were also addressed by RGU Chancellor AK Pansari, Vice Chancellor Prof SP Singh and Prof AK Buragohain, Chairperson (Academic).

Award: Meanwhile, RGU Chancellor Pansari who is also Chairman of the Royal Global School, was awarded as a �Future 50 Leader Shaping Success, 2019� in the field of education at the Amity School Leadership Summit held in Jaipur on August 19, the release added.