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Parents’ day at St. Peter’s School, Kikrüma celebrates
Correspondent KIKRÜMA (PHEK), OCT 2:
Published on 3 Oct. 2010 12:06 AM IST
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St. Peter’s School, Kikrüma on Friday celebrated parents’ day at Kikrüma (Phek) with Naga Students’ Union (NSF) President Mutsikhoyo Yhobu as chief guest.
NSF President said it was not only the teachers and school who should be held responsible in educating the children but parents too must shoulder equal responsibility.
He also stressed on the need for exposure of rural students to schools in metro-polis and urban areas to do away with inferiority complex.
He said with social changes taking place in this competitive world, there should be no place for severe punishment against students but teachers must know the psychological capability of the student and help them accordingly. NSF president also appreciated the Catholic institutions for charging minimal admission and school fees and also emphasizing on class room teaching without looking for extra tuition fees.
Earlier, he officially inaugurated the newly upgraded Class-VIII area of the school which would be functional from next session. The function started with pastor of Kikrüma Baptist Church, Athohu Kezo pronouncing the invocation, while principal of the school, Rev. Fr. Gerald D’Souza gave the welcome address. School report was delivered by the headmistress, Kholia Maria, while speech on behalf of parents was shared by chairman, parent’s teachers association, Kuhunezo Thira and assistant teacher Moses tendered the vote of thanks. Songs, western and folk dances, folk tale in Chokri and short play in English by students from LKG to Class-VII marked the celebration.

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