|‘Convert challenges into opportunities’|
GUWAHATI, Oct 14 - Maramee Das, Deputy Superintendent of Police, CID HQ, Guwahati has said that students should convert challenges into opportunities as problems invariably arrive with solutions. She said this while speaking online to the students of Royal Global University (RGU) here on the importance of sports in life, said a press release.
Das encouraged the students to always hold on to their dreams, while simultaneously striking a balance between passion and profession. She identified herself as a passionate sportsperson and a professional police woman. Stressing the importance of sports on physical and mental health in leading a balanced life, she persuaded the students to make the most of the challenges faced, and convert them into opportunities, as problems invariably arrive with solutions.
She reminded the students that intensity of problems as challenges is only confined to general people’s levels of perception. In this context she highlighted how even the COVID-19 pandemic which put the entire world on a halt briefly, has had negligible effect on the psychology of sportspersons owing to their mental and physical fitness.
RGU Vice Chancellor Prof SP Singh encouraged the students to reap maximum benefits from the facilities offered by RGU and also learn from the invited speaker (DSP Das) and her experiences. He said adventure clubs are on the anvil and encouraged all to join them.