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Seminar on Youth Deviance organized


By Fr. Tarcisius Toppo
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Dimapur, Aug. 9. The Sociology Department of Salesian College of Higher Education, Dimapur,  organized a Seminar on ''Youth Deviance'' under the guide of Lecturer Ms. Juliana Tabuana, the head of the Department, on 6 August.
Three papers were presented dealing with some of the basic problems of the present day society viz., Crime and corruption, Drug abuse and Alcoholism and Human trafficking. Some fundamental questions about, who is responsible for perpetrating these evils, who will be responsible to curb these problems were also thrown open to the floor for further discussion.

In his final exhortation, Fr. T.C. Jose, the Principal, said that though there are no quick-fix solutions, he, however, stressed on the importance of individual responsibility and self-discipline as part of solution to the behavioural deviances in the society. He further emphasized that every person and every citizen must feel responsible to put a stop to these problems. As family is the first and most important unit of the society, parents have a very important role to play. Society must be educated and made aware of these problems and traditions must be filtered and upheld, he noted.
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