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WBC free music course concludes
Published on 9 Jun. 2010 12:25 AM IST
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A three-week Nagaland music training camp organised by Withee Bible College, (WBC) Dimapur concluded on June 4.
The training camp was organised with free tuition and accommodation, 100 credit hours music course with nine music teachers, seven from Korea and two from India where 99 Students enrolled from 16 tribes of Nagaland.
Gospel musical concert was organised on June 5 at Town Hall. Chief Guest MLA and advisor for sericulture & co-operations, Azheto Zhimomi donated Rs. 100000 (One lakh rupees) towards the development of the College. Dr. Moangwati Aier, IAS, D.C. Dimapur, spoke on behalf of chief guest gave a powerful message.
Founder / Principal of Withee Bible College Rev. Dr. Vikheshe Chishi expressed gratitude to music teachers, music committee members and students of music campers, NMTC and gospel music concert. Dr. Vikheshe Chishi in a press release informed that Nagaland music training camp would continue next year in the month of May.
‘Nagas Got Talent’ 1st audition on June 11
DIMAPUR: The ‘Nagas Got Talent’ 1st auditions would be held on June 11 at IMC hall, Dimapur. The next round of audition would be held in Zunheboto on June 19 and Kkohima on June 26. Those willing to participate can still register their names for the next round of auditions. For further details, one may contact ‘Nagas Got Talent’ district co-organizers: Dimapur - Music Ground, Furtados, Pheto Music Association head office. Kohima - Synergy Group Enterprise. Wokha - Life line Medico Patton. Unheboto - Amazing Gospel Band, Medly Shop.

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