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Published on 14 Feb. 2011 12:00 AM IST
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Seminar on teaching jobs in Wokha
Dimapur: The Don Bosco alumni Wokha in collaboration with Don Bosco Higher Secondary School Wokha will be organising a one-day seminar on “Teaching jobs to educating mission”.
Fr. Cyriac (Director, Don Bosco Youth Center, Itanagar) would be the resource person and Anthony Ngullie (SDO Civil Wokha & ADC Designate) as special guest on February 15 at Don Bosco Youth center Wokha.
The training will be divided into five sessions- teaching jobs to educating mission- an overview, effective teacher, preventive system in education in practice, multiple intelligence and challenges of education today.
Registration would start from 9am, while inaugural session would begin at 9:30am.Training sessions would commence at 10am. All teachers from Wokha district have been invited to attend the training session.
DEOs, DISs asked to submit details
DIMAPUR: Free text books distribution from class A to 8 was completed on February 11. All DEOs, DISs have been requested to submit details of receipt to additional director (HoD) N. Khevito Sema on or before February 20. Additional director in a press release informed that the department had distributed books according to the enrolment submitted by DEOs, DISs during 2010. However, DEOs, DISs have been informed to intimate the director if any shortfall was detected.
PHD new team
DIMAPUR: Poumai Hoho Dimapur (PHD) on February 12 general election elected new team for the tenure of 2011 to 2013. According to PHD general secretary R. Thaizu Duo, the new team would be led by S. Putoukho Batao as president, Kho Thomas as vice president; KH. Joseph as general secretary; NG Ashe as joint secretary, Athikho Titus as publicity and information secretary and R. Thaizii as finance-cum- treasurer.
NGBF donates money to CM
DIMAPUR: Nagaland GB Federation (NGBF) has expressed sympathy over the unfortunate incident on February 8 where chief minister Neiphiu Rio’s official residence was burnt down. Stating that unfortunate natural calamity or human error was followed by unexpected blessing, the Federation termed the incident could signify good things in future. The Federation while extending moral support also donated `50,000 to the chief minister.
Dimensions to launch book
DIMAPUR: Book on idiom and phrases would be launched on March 5 at Dimensions Centre Naharbari. Keeping its commitment to launch 8 publications this year, the book would be the second launch of Dimensions in the year 2011. Six more books would be released periodically over the next 10 months. Dimensions had already released 31 publications over the last 8 years

 
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