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‘Need for youths to come up with their talents’


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By Our Reporter

 SHILLONG: The shortage of leadership in various departments in the state has called for maximum participation of the youth in various activities to build up their self-confidence, observed Education Minister Dr RC Laloo.

Dr Laloo was addressing a five-day Inspire Winter Camp organized by NEHU in collaboration with the Department of Science and Technologies, government of India at NEHU here on Tuesday.

“There is a need to fill in the missing gaps as far as leadership is concerned as a result of which there is an urgent need for the youth to bring out the purpose which is meant for them and come up with their talents”, stated Dr Laloo.


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