R.Vikraman, Director (HR), NLCIL at Children’s day Celebrations 2019 at Neyveli

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By Sarkaritel November 15, 2019 03:13


Shri R.Vikraman, Director (HR), NLCIL appreciating a child, who won first prize in the Fancy Dress Competition, at the Children’s Day celebration organized by Education Department of NLC India Ltd., Also seen are Shri N.Sadish Babu, Exe. Director/HR and Shri Vinayagamurthy, GM/Education (Left Extreme), NLCIL

Shri R.Vikraman, Director (HR), NLCIL appreciating a child, who won first prize in the Fancy Dress Competition, at the Children’s Day celebration organized by Education Department of NLC India Ltd., Also seen are Shri N.Sadish Babu, Exe. Director/HR and Shri Vinayagamurthy, GM/Education (Left Extreme), NLCIL

NLCIL joined the nation today in celebrating Children’s Day with great enthusiasm and gaiety at Lignite Hall Block-11, Neyveli . Shri R.Vikraman, Director ( HR), NLC India  Ltd. the Chief Guest inaugurated the program.

Speaking on the occasion, Shri R. Vikraman indicated that Children’s Day is celebrated on 20th November across various countries but as a mark of respect to former Prime Minister Pandit  Jawaharlal Nehru, his birth anniversary, 14th November is celebrated as Children’s Day in India.

Prior to the commencement of the programme, he viewed and appreciated the handicrafts and drawings made by school children displayed at the venue

While addressing the gathering he told that  Children form the future of our nation. In the present scenario, bringing up a child is a very hard task for parents.     He appealed to parents and teachers to follow the three mantras in bringing up children . Firstly, never compare a child with another as in God’s creation, every child is unique. Comparison will only lead to low self esteem among children. Secondly, appreciating the children on the  work done even if it is very small, will create confidence in them and they will feel that parents are with them in all needs. Lastly, parents should be a role model for the child to emulate.

He concluded that the children are not children of their parents,  they are the sons and daughters of the Almighty . They only came through the parents. Children should be allowed to realize their dreams.

Shri N.Sadish Babu, ED/HR in his presidential address stressed  that success cannot be  achieved overnight, it requires imbibing essential elements like Self Confidence, Focus and Perseverance in life which can lead to accomplish success despite difficulties or delays.

Prizes to the Winners of various competitions organized were distributed as part of Children’s Day. Employees, Teachers  School children and parents participated in large numbers. As  part of the celebrations, students from various schools enthralled the audience with their cultural programs.

Sarkaritel
By Sarkaritel November 15, 2019 03:13