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MOULDING STUDENTS INTO GOOD HUMAN BEINGS IS BIG RESPONSIBILITY: GOVERNOR

Panaji, August 13, 2019

“Moulding students into good human beings is a big responsibility,” said the Governor, Smt Mridula Sinha at the State-Level Anti-Ragging Monitoring Cell meet held at the Raj Bhavan, in Dona Paula, today. She said, “Committees formed to tackle ragging have a larger role to play, which goes beyond the purpose for which the committee is formed, and that is moulding students into good human beings.”

The Governor further highlighted the need for counsellors in educational institutes to be trained properly and said they should undergo periodically, training programs to enhance their counselling skills.

The Governor further said frequent interactions between news students and their seniors in educational institutions would help foster better ties between students in college and would discourage unwanted occurrences such as ragging. 

At the meeting, measures taken by educational authorities to prevent ragging were discussed. The authorities informed that no cases of ragging were reported this year. The Governor said that it should be documented as to how ragging has been prevented in the State by taking inputs from counsellors, students, and other stake holders, in order for other states to follow an example.  

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