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Tele-education launched at SPHSS

Additional secretary finance department, Y. Kikheto Sema (with microphone) launches the tele-education at SPHSS as Provincial Superior of Sisters of the Adoration of Blessed Sacrament (SABS), Rev. Mother Annie (left) and others look on, Monday. (NP)
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, AUG 30 (NPN):
Published on 31 Aug. 2010 12:10 AM IST
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Additional secretary finance department, Y. Kikheto Sema on Monday launched a tele-education at St. Paul Higher Secondary School (SPHSS), Dimapur in the presence of the school authorities, teachers, students and a host of well-wishers.
In tele-education, the students can have live video interactive session with teachers or other professionals from different locations. The school authorities said the tele-education was introduced especially to help higher secondary level students prepare for engineering and medical entrance examinations. Students can get immediate answers to their questions from professionals from Delhi studio. Regular mock tests for board and entrance examinations would also be held the technology.
Speaking on the occasion as the chief guest, Kikheto expressed the hope that with the launching of the tele-education, the students would be able to keep up with what was happening around the world and help them in their future. Stating that today’s generation students were fortunate enough to learn lessons using the services of science and technology even inside classrooms which was a far cry during some 20 years back, the chief guest urged the students to make use of the best part of whatever technology was offering and shun the disastrous part. He exhorted to the students to exercise commonsense and be wise in their journey towards getting education saying “education without commonsense is worthless and an abundance of commonsense is wisdom which comes from God.”
Kikheto encouraged the students not to procrastinate things what they could today but work continuously for towards their goal, aim high and leave what they could not, to God. He said it was not the colour of the skin, stature or background, which could make them climb the ladder of success but their trust in God and hard work. He said the students must respect their teachers because what they would become in the future would be due to what the teachers were doing and sacrificing for them today. Kikheto expressed happiness to learn that the SPHSS was rated 3-star by the assessment team of Mayangnokcha Award Trust and encouraged the school to march forward with success.
Later, the chief guest launched the tele-education system by pressing a key on a laptop. There students witnessed live video introductory interactive session o chemistry and physics taking place between studios in Delhi and Manipur. The chief guest was accompanied by Dr. (Major) Mughavi Yepthomi and host of other well-wishers.
Also speaking at the programme, Provincial Superior of Sisters of the Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (SABS), Rev. Mother Annie congratulated the school authorities for the launching of the tele-education and wished further success. She said SPHSS run by the SABS has been climbing the ladder of success every passing year and that the Adoration Sisters have been maintaining credibility of success in all their missions everywhere. She thanked the chief guest for sparing his time for the occasion in spite of ill-health and busy schedule.
The programme saw special numbers, choreographies and other entertaining items presented by the students.

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