5th edition of ‘Campus Icon’ in Wokha
DIMAPUR: Team Metamorphosis Wokha is all geared up to kick off the 5th edition of ‘Campus Icon’ under the theme “Music for better education” based on a research conducted by Fender, an American Guitar company. The campus Icon is to create a musical platform for students from standard 6 to 12 specifically.
The winner is also encouraged to strive for securing ‘A’ class performance in the end term examination, for which an award of academic sponsorship is given in the following academic year. The screening of Campus Icon season 5 would be held on April 23, 11am at Hotel Hornbill Wokha.
The prize money of the Campus Icon would be `15, 000, `10, 000 for 1st runner up and `7, 000 for the 2nd runner up. A fee of `100 would be taken from participants selected as registration fee. Interested participants have been requested to contact 9863342080, 9436810210, 9856038989 and 9436810174 for information.
GMS Asukika upgraded to GHS
DIMAPUR: GMS Asukika which has been upgraded to GHS was inaugurated by N. Khevito Sema additional director (HUD) School Education Nagaland, Kohima on April 5 as chief guest. Speaking at the inaugural function, the chief guest emphasized on the need of involvement of public leaders, VCCs, GBs and pastors in the school and to preserve the facility and infrastructure provided by the department.
He also urged the gathering to take the advantage of GHS by inculcating the spirit of hard work. NPF candidate Pbto 13 A/C who also attended the programme along with party workers urged teachers to be sincere and active, and further advised parents to cooperate with teachers for a positive approach.
The programme was attended by Hukheto Sumi ADC RMSA Zunheboto along with project assistant Tui Sumi and Ilitoli programmer SSA and union representatives from Kohima, Dimapur, Kitami, Tsaphimi, Ghokimi and Puneboqa Asukika. Earlier, the inaugural function was chaired by Ghuzuyi Shohe DEO Zunheboto, welcome address by Kitoli Naje DIS Pbto and vote of thanks by Vihoto Shohe former PS to deputy speaker Jushua Sumi.