ANPSA holds special session

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 5/3/2019 10:56:45 AM IST

All Nagaland Private Schools’ Association (ANPSA- Central) held a special session of the general body on May 2 at NBCC Platinum Hall, Kohima with Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) chairperson, Asano Sekhose, as the special guest.

A press release by the association stated that the special guest appreciated the private schools for coming together and forming a body like ANPSA where collectively it can work for the progress of the schools. 
Sekhose said for a school to progress it have to take the community along with it and reminded the gathered people that education was not only acquiring academic knowledge but an overall development of the child’s personality.
Sharing some of her concerns in learning, she said teachers need to be motivated to teach and that schools should only employ qualified, quality teachers. In his message, outgoing ANPSA (central) president, Bithungo Kikon, enumerated some of the important achievements of ANPSA Central till date. He also lauded and thanked the outgoing team for their support and energy shown which resulted in the “landmark achievements”.
The first session was chaired ANPSA Zunheboto unit, president, Tokavi Suu; ANPSA (central), advisor, Pheluopfelie moderated the second session; invocation was said by Rev. Dr. M. Savi and benediction by joint secretary of Catholic Education Diocese of Kohima (CEDOK), Father Johnny.
The new team of ANPSA (central) is led by Nini Sekhose as president and P. J. Nathan as general secretary along with four other members and three advisors. Rev. Father Jaison prayed for the new team.


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