YOUTH Services of Salesian College of Higher Education (SCHE) conducted one day program on upholding moral values in Diphupar-A, 4th Mile, Dimapur, on July 10.
Fr. Karthikapallil Thomas, Director of SCHE; Fr. Chittissery Joseph, Secretary to the Director of Dimapur Provincial; and Bro Sebastian Kamsuan, Assistant Professor of SCHE; were the resource persons for the occasion. Fr. Chingjanpou James Kamei, Principal of Don Bosco Higher Secondary School, Maram, was the special invitee for the program.
Speaking on the occassion, Fr. Karthikapallil Thomas said, “Every person is blessed with a special gift of life that should be discovered and use it for the good of the whole society.”
Fr. Chittissery Joseph said, “God gave us the Commandments to love one another because He loves us and wants us to be with Him in heaven.”
Animating on the role of the family, Bro Sebastian Kamsuan said, “Family is the place where we learn to grow, love one another and experience joy.” He also exhorted the youth to bring about peace and harmony in the family though dialogue and discussion.
In the afternoon, quiz and group song competitions were held and prizes were distributed to the winners.
In the concluding speech, Fr. Christudoss Anthony, Director of SCHE Youth Department, exhorted all the young people to uphold moral values. He said, “Youth is the best time to serve the society with enthusiasm and zeal.” He further thanked all the residential students of SCHE and the youth coordinators for organizing the programme meticulously.
Participants of the value oriented program comprised of youth from five villages namely Diphupar –A, Diphupar –B, Burma-Camp, Chunchamlong (Lohorijan) and Zeliangrong Village (Dobhinala). It was organised by the Youth Department of Salesian College of Higher Education (SCHE) to celebrate together the gift of life at Diphupar-A, 4th Mile, Dimapur, on Sunday.