Imphal: Governor of Manipur La Ganesan said youths are the building blocks of a nation, and their role in nation-building is as crucial as other stakeholders.

Speaking at the ‘Manipur Super 50’ Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) Signing Ceremony in Kangpokpi district, Governor Ganesan said youths should be motivated to understand their role in nation-building and their contributions be acknowledged by all.

Motivating students and cadets present in the ceremony, Ganesan said all should follow the works of our great leaders who had contributed a lot to our freedom.
He said that youths of today should follow the footsteps of our ideal leaders like Mahatama Gandhi, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose etc., who contributed tremendously to the nation.

Ganesan appreciated the team for conceptualising ‘Red Shield Centre of Wellness and Excellence’ in transforming the lives of students from humble backgrounds. He added that no cause is nobler than to bring sunshine into the lives of the children who have not been able to optimise their calibre and talent due to economic conditions and a lack of access to high-quality education facilities.

He further said that the inadequacy of quality educational mentoring infrastructure is a major disadvantage for students in the state, especially from semirural and rural provinces, while aspiring for higher educational qualifications at the national level.

This initiative will create a feeling of mental and social well-being amongst parents and their children by providing quality education, thus catering for a better life and evolving responsible citizens for our country, he added.

According to the General Officer Commanding of the 57 Mountain Division, Major General Navin Sachdeva, 50 students will be selected under the programme, and they will be provided quality coaching and education for IIT/JEE, NEET etc.

He said that the centre, to be opened in Bishnupur Battalion, will remain instrumental in bringing a progressive and inclusive society.

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