The certificate distribution programme for the 97th batch of computer trainees and
the 37th batch of language students of Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Cultural
Centre was held at Shillong on November 29, 2022.
During the programme, the centre distributed 910 certificates to the meritorious
students of Computer and Language trainees. Ramakrishna Mission, Shillong, trains
about 6000 youths a year in Computer subjects, spread over five sessions.
The convocation was for trainees of the September to November 2022 Session,
the 97th batch of trainees, comprising about 1200 youths from different parts of the
The students who topped the academics were Computer-Beginner Sandashisha
Lyngdoh, Intermediate – Pranteek Bhattacharjee, Tally-I – Nakisaka
Shangpliang, Tally-II- Meba- ai-Shisha Syiem, DTP- Ladianghun Marbaniang,
Web Designing and PC Maintenance – Nika Delecta Lyngdoh Nongbsap, Database –
Swarzina Swargiary, Cloud computing and Python- Sabyasachi Paul Purkayastha.
Toppers were awarded with mementoes and two expert-level students with
Earlier in his inaugural address, Vairagyachaitanya Maharaj, Deputy-in-charge of the
institute, congratulated all the students and asked the youths to imbibe the ideas of
Swami Vivekananda to be successful in life and hinted at the fact that man is the
maker of his destiny.
He stressed the need for education and encouraged the students to inculcate an entrepreneurial spirit rather than waiting for government
Chief Guest of the session, Dr Mazel Ampareen Lyngdoh, MLA, East Shillong,
mentioned that one must keep on updating oneself and not be close-minded for
knowledge. She also said that if all the degrees cannot change a person’s mindset,
then it is not of much use.
“Our country has enough jobs for young people, but one must venture into new avenues. She motivated the younger generation to work hard and take up exciting job roles in the private sector and asked everyone to follow their dreams,” she said.
Swami Divyaswarupanandaji Maharaj, Centre-In-Charge, concluded by thanking one
and all involved and echoed Swami Vivekananda’s words in Khasi and English.