LFHSS: Livingstone Foundation Higher Secondary School, Dimapur celebrated its children’s day –cum- prize distribution day at - Kidzee section of - school with Kiyezhe Aye, ex-minister as -chief guest.
The chief guest encouraged the students to live their lives reflecting the purity and honesty of a child and to the fullest while still young. “The future belongs to those who dare to take challenges” he opined and advised the students to make use of every opportunity that the school availed so that when they leave school they will be confident, well equipped and wiser. Prizes were also distributed to students for competing in various sports, extra co-curricular activities and academic performances. The chief guest also donated sweets and a sum of Rupees 20,000 towards the school.
LFHSS, Kohima: Little Flower Higher Secondary School (LFHSS) Kohima observed Children’s Day –cum- prize distribution Friday with additional chief secretary, Alemtemshi IAS as chief guest. He urged the students particularly the girls to prepare themselves with a vision to compete globally adding they should be willing to strive for the best and to be well equipped to generate women empowerment. Parents of the students who attended on this auspicious day included KRIPA Chairman, Dr. P.P. Ngullie, joint director agriculture Rongsenenla presently the president of past students of the institution.
Ebenezer Orphanage Home: Celebrating children’s day in its true spirit, Amway Opportunity Foundation, the corporate social responsibility (CSR) arm of Amway, India Enterprises Pvt Ltd, unveiled project Sunrise on November 14 at Town Planning Office, Dimapur. The project is part of the global welfare initiative for less privileged children. AOF will partner Ebenezer Orphanage Home, for a period of three years. As part of the celebration on children’s day, AOF Members also spent the day with the orphans of Ebenezer at the plush greeneries of Green Park at 4th mile Dimapur.
ACL: Alpha Centre of Learning (ACL) celebrated children’s day with fun and frolic. The occasion was graced by assistant manager of Alpha foundation Biren Singh as chief guest. Highlighting the significance of observing Children’s Day, he said education for the under privileged children was of utmost importance where everyone should contribute towards it. Hosted at North Block- B Burma camp, Dimapur, 182 underprivileged students under the supervision of eight teachers participated in sports and games besides variety shows, songs, dance and drawing competition. The day long programme of colourful presentation by children was followed by prize distribution and children’s special lunch provided by the centre.
Ralan range Primary School: ICDS establishment of Wozhuro/ Ralan organized Children’s Day celebration and sponsored the 45th inter primary school tournament. Children from Shaki Village Primary School, Phiro A Primary School and Phiro B Primary School participated in the tournament. ICDS sponsored prizes, for all categories which were followed by grant feast for all children of Range.
BHSS: Bethesda Higher Secondary School, Walford, Dimapur celebrated Children’s Day with pomp and gaiety on Friday, Col. John Rao of Rangapahar Contonment, Dimapur speaking as chief guest said children were gifts of God to parents who cherished the special gifts. Quoting from the word of God - the fifth commandment, he highlighted the need of honoring parents and also asked children to remember God in the days of their youth. Addressing the children, he also said discipline was nothing but doing the right thing without being told by others; therefore the results were always good when one lead a disciplined life.
Highland Hall School: Tiny Tots of Highland Hall School, Naga United Village (Niuland Road, Dimapur) undertook an exposure tour Friday on the occasion of Children's Day. Tiny Tots children from classes LKG - 2 mostly from interior places like old Showuba, New Showuba, Aoyim, Nihoto, Seithekiema A&B accompanied by school teachers visited many important places in Dimapur like railway station, science centre, Kachari Rajbari, Airport, DIMUL dairy, stone processing unit and Green Park.
DPSD: Delhi Public School Dimapur (DPSD) joining hands along with the rest of the country celebrated the much awaited children’s day at its campus. The programme which began with the lighting of the lamp by the head boy, head girl as well as one representative each from Nursery and Preparatory respectively.
The occasion was marked by colourful presentation, reminiscence on childhood ‘precious as a child’ was read out by headmistress Pallavi Upadaya dwelling on how important childhood was, headmistress called upon students to utilize their precious time in a more positive and fruitful ways in order to have no regrets in future. A painting competition was also organized after the programme to commemorate the children’s day.