Shillong (Meghalaya), Feb 3 : The convocation of 103 rd session of Computer Training was held today ,3 rd. February 2024, at the auditorium of Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Cultural Centre here. DK Prasad, Deputy Superintendent of Police(TAP), Meghalaya was the Chief guest at the programme.
There were several categories of awards such as: Session Toppers, Best Projects, Best Personalities which were conferred upon the students. The most prestigious award Computer Gift was awarded Gardenia Chyne and Rosemary R Marak amongst all applicants each of them who completed at least 6 courses from the institute.
Prasad lauded the services of Ramakrishna Mission to the society, in various fields especially during the Covid pandemic. He expressed his concern about the drug abuse among the youth of the state and urged upon them to be very alert and cautious. The wisdom and knowledge that they gather from the institute should be shared with all.
The statistical data of the result was analyzed by Brahmachari Vairagyachaitanya, Director- Academics Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Cultural Centre who informed that there were around 582 students enrolled in the session and about 414 secured certificates of merit.
The students who topped the academics were: Computer-Beginner: Ms Ibanroilin Lawai, Computer-Intermediate Ms. Anjali Kumari, Computer – Accounting: Ms. Khanchui Jajo, DTP (Part I): Karina Rai and Mr. Jiwanta Sinha from other expert level courses.
Earlier during the programme in his welcome address, Br Vairagyachaitanya welcomed all present for the occasion and reminded students of the pride that Swami Vivekananda brought to the country and urged them to read his life to be successful. He too spoke about the drug abuse and asked the students to inculcate positivity from the life and message of Vivekananda and spread it amongst their acquaintances.
On behalf of all teachers Saurav Choudhury and Smt. Napersara Nongkhlaw congratulated all students and advised them to continue their pursuit of learning in the field of IT.
Swami Divyaswarupananda Maharaj, Centre- In-Charge proposed the words of gratitude.