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John Shilshi motivates Youth on ''Right Careers''
Dimapur, Jul. 21. John Shilshi, IPS Join Director National Security Council Secretariat Govt. of India, gave a motivational talk and career guidance for the students of Salesian College of Higher Education (SCHE) at 11.30 am to 1.20 pm on 21 July 2017.
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Sir John, twice awardee of the President's Gallantry Medal for distinguished service, says, ''Self-Introspection and Hard work are two important elements in choosing the right career in life.'' He dealt on some career options: Travel agency, Computer engineer, Mass Communication, Language, Fashion Designing, and Social Works. He shaded some light on the values of reading books, research, persistence, honesty, confidence, time management, and above all being good human individuals. He also exhorted all to acquire the art of being an 'enabler' and not 'importer', and to adjust with the multi-cultures society.

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