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Children’s Day celebrated with various activities in Kohima, Dimapur and Mokokchung

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 11/16/2020 12:45:05 PM IST

Ministers’ Hill Baptist Higher Secondary School (MHBHSS), Kohima, Leo Club of Dimapur (LCD) with Leo Club of Gauhati Girls and Childline 1098 Mokokchung celebrated “Children’s Day” on November 14 with various activities.

MHBHSS Kohima: Ministers’ Hill Baptist Higher Secondary School (MHBHSS), Kohima launched the official school website and MIS on November 14 and the school will now have its own portal for online exams, classes, admission & fees payments. A press release by MHBHSS Kohima stated that, the portal was developed and maintained by Oditangit Ozukum from Yellow Circle Inc., Dimapur.

MHBHSS also celebrated a very special Children’s Day for the first time in Nagaland where teachers had made all the programmes into a video and sent to the students. Teachers had put lots of efforts to make these videos for more than a month. The Youtube link for videos is MHBHSS and it can also be watched from the school website link mhbhss.in. Principal, staff and students also visited Christian Servanthood Orphanage (CSO), Peren on November 13 on the occasion of World Kindness Day. The visit was possible because of the amount collected from selling paper bags prepared by the students during the lockdown period.

DMI SJGS Dimapur: DMI St. Joseph Global School (SJGS) celebrated the day virtually with interesting programmes for the students. A press release by DMI SJGS Dimapur stated that, as prelude the school conducted online workshop on November 13 on the topic, “How to learn effectively during the pandemic”. Youth evangelist from Kohima, Meneseno, as resource person stressed that children should first take care of their health, body and mind and have positive attitude. He highlighted the methods of effective learning and cautioned children from prey to various online gimmicks for the children to imbibe. 

On November 14, the school virtually celebrated children’s day with prayer song followed by welcome address by Pali Aomi, dances and motivational numbers by the teachers. A short film titled “The story of a school boy” was screened, talked about a student who loses interest in online classes, but finally realized the truth during the pandemic and mends his ways. Teachers presented action song, followed by principal’s address, wishes by teachers and campus superior Rev. Sr. D. Stella. Vote of thanks was proposed by Chandeno Patton. Various online competitions were conducted for the students namely, drawing competition for class KGs, elocution competitions for class I-X and winners were declared and congratulated. 

LCD Dimapur: Leo Club of Dimapur (LCD) along with Leo Club of Gauhati Girls jointly celebrated Diwali and Children’s Day on November 15.

A press release by PRO LCD, Sneha Jain stated that LCD visited the Ebenezer Orphanage and organised a cake cutting for the children in the orphanage. There were 30 children and 6 caretakers in the orphanage. Diyas were also lighted and games were organised with the children in the orphanage. Leo Club of Gauhati Girls went to Snehalaya Boys Home at Dhirenpara and also cut a cake to mark the occasion. The project was headed by Megha Kundalia (LCGG) and Rishab Chhabra(LCD) under the leadership of Nehal Jain (LCGG) and Vishal Patni (LCD).

Childline 1098 Mkg: To mark the first day of celebration, also coinciding with Children’s Day, Childline team Mokokchung with director, Imchawati Kichu, organised a day out for children of Care and Support Children Home.Childline 1098 Mokokchung also observed “Childline Se Dosti” on November 15, at Mokokchung.  A press release by Child Line 1098 Mkg., stated that “Childline Se Dosti” was a week long campaign to involve all general people to becoming stake holder, in creating awareness to keep our society child friendly. The campaign started on November 14 and will culminate on November 21.

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