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Week long NIC culminates
KOHIMA, Sep 30 (NPN):
Published on 1 Oct. 2010 12:36 AM IST
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The week long National Integration Camp (NIC) held at IG Stadium Kohima came to a close on September 30. The closing ceremony was held with Khrieshütso Kiso, president, Nagabazar Panchayat, Kohima as guest of honour.
Khrieshütso echoed India being the largest democratic country as envisioned by the former leaders of India, needed to be protected and preserved by youth of the nation through collective mind. He also urged the youth to stand firm against destructive forces and elements.
The week long programme was inaugurated by Visakhonü Hibo, principal, Japfü Christian College, Kigwema.
The programme included visit to Naga Heritage Village, state museum, War Cemetery, Cathedral, MLA Hostel apart from daily schedules where, various national issues such as peace and development, self harmony, protection of environment, India’s culture, unity, common heritage and Indian freedom movement, global warming, language learning classes, quiz competition and group discussion, sharing of experiences, cultural presentation from participating states forms part of the programme.
The first position in the quiz competition was bagged by Andhra Pradesh, while the second position was bagged by Nagaland and third by Meghalaya and Jammu and Kashmir respectively.
Zonal director NYKS Nagaland, Kh. Ibohanbi Singh in his valedictory speech congratulated the participants for attending the national programme.
He also challenged the youth to contribute in nation building activities.
Earlier, the programme was chaired by John Makhabo, district youth coordinator, valedictory speech by Kh. Ibohanbi Singh, zonal director NYKS Nagaland and vote thanks by James Tep, NYC, Kohima.

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