Mount Tiyi College, named after the highest mountain peak in the district and one of the oldest government colleges in Nagaland observed its 36th parting social cum annual prize distribution day on Friday.
Commissioner and secretary of higher education department, Nagaland, F.P Solo, graced the event as chief guest.
Solo in his speech exhorted the gathering about work culture; dedication on the part of government servants and challenges that lay ahead of the students in this competitive world.
Reminiscing his days as a student, the chief guest affirmed that hard work ultimately pays off.
He also cited examples of the hardworking nature of the Chinese in making the country what it is today, and the centuries of sacrifices and efforts that went into the making of great modern civilization like Great Britain.
Principal, Mount Tiyi College, Chubatola Longkumer in her welcome note, appreciated the government for extending all kinds of support to the college.
While extending special thanks to the department of higher education for implementing the sixth ROP for the colleges, she assured at the same time urged everyone to further their assigned responsibilities. The programme was chaired by assistant professor, Dr. Z. Ovung and co-coordinated by the MTC students’ welfare committee members, assistant professors Libemo Kithan and Sentimenla Jamir.
The outgoing students were accorded a special farewell function by hundreds of students, guests and the staff of the college.