Imphal East deputy commissioner Kh Daina on Monday apprised the students community to never keep a limit on the learning process, asserting that acquiring knowledge and training are a never ending process.
She was addressing the inmates of Chanura Leikol Children Home, UNICAM in Imphal East during the launch of a 15-day training programme on Basic Make-up sponsored by the District Child Protection Unit, Imphal East as a vocational programme.
Encouraging the students to stand firm in their aim to achieve their goal, she stressed the need for punctuality and maintaining a daily routine to become a responsible citizen when they grow up.
She further apprised the students to grab every opportunity available to them during their stay at the home. She called on them to make use of the training programme and urged them not to hesitate in informing the warden or the authorities if they face any issue or problems, she added.
Regarding assistance from the state government, the DC appealed to the authority of the home to approach the DC office so that required action can be taken up.
For any assistance, they can visit the DC Office so that the District administration can acknowledge the needs, she said.
The programme was also attended by DCPO Imphal East Indrani Chongtham and president of UNICAM S Nando as guest of honour and president respectively.