Learning is a lifetime process, should be pursued ceaselessly: Ananya Mittal
Mail News Service
Chaibasa, August 24: “Learning is a lifetime process and should be pursued ceaselessly. Whether be it studies, sports or the arts and performing media, whatever is learnt during student days holds good and comes in handy in future pursuits,” observed Deputy Commissioner Ananya Mittal while addressing the students on the occasion of 140th Foundation Day celebrations of Mangilal Rungta Plus Two High School.
Recalling his study times, the DC said, “When I was about 24-25 years old, I had joined the government service. During that time I was invited by the schools as a chief guest. It was a great feeling and still is.. School life is very pleasant. We should live every single moment of it.”
Ananya Mittal advised the students’ fraternity of the school that they should build their capabilities in a manner that the school management was forced to give a deep think while nominating a student leader. “This can be achieved through good education. Students should take every activity as a challenge; every child should think that he has to surge forward and become the student leader of the school. This will create a sense of competition in you.”
Social worker cum industrialist Mukund Rungta said that his grandfather, Mangilal Rungta and father Sitaram Rungta always urged to do constructive deeds for the furtherance of education. “In 1973, I was also a student of this school. I feel proud to stand in the school premises today.”
A gift of Rs Two lakh, 10 thousand was presented to Mangilal Rungta Plus Two High School by the Rungta Group as honorarium for teachers and staff.
“Yuthika” a souvenir published by the school was released on the occasion. Chaibasa Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Nitin Prakash, Chaibasa Nagar Panchayat working president Doma Minz, Principal Shilpa, teachers Aseem Kumar, Om Prakash Gupta, Ananjay Kumar and others were present at the program.