Interacting with a group of students from Arunachal Pradesh on Thursday, Rijiju said that the students should participate in the extra-curricular activities which will be helpful to them in having varied experiences.
He also emphasised that the students should focus on understanding and acquiring knowledge while studying a particular subject.
“These days the students have access to study material due to reach of internet, TV and newspapers, the advantage of which was not available earlier,” he said. Rijiju encouraged them to be well-equipped with knowledge and confidence to excel in this competitive world.
The Minister met a group of 10 students from Bomdila. The students are on an excursion tour, being organized by 2nd Arunachal Scouts, from 20th August-2nd September.
In Delhi, the students have visited India Gate and will also see various historical placed such as President’s House, Qutub Minar, Humayun Tomb and Lal Quila, among others. The students will also travel to Dehradun and Lucknow where they will visit Forest Research Institute (FRI), Indian Military Academy (IMA) and other places.
Rijiju said that the students should share the experience of their visit to National Capital and other historical places with their fellow students and families, when they return to their state after the conclusion of this tour. The Minister added that the students should take advantage of this opportunity and educate themselves by increasing their knowledge about these places.