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Education department organises district level science exhibition

Correspondent DIMAPUR/Kiphire, Oct 29 (NPN) | Publish Date: 10/29/2019 12:01:57 PM IST

District level science exhibitions under the theme “Science and Technology for Sustainable Development” were conducted in Kiphire, Mon and Mokokchung on October 29. 

According to DIPR, in Kiphire, the event was organised by the District Education Office, Kiphire.

District education officer, Kiphire, Deenabandhu Panda in his short speech stated that the main objective of the exhibition was to inculcate the innovative ideas to the students and utilise them in day to day activities. He informed that the winner of the district level will be participating in the state level Science exhibition to be held on November 7 in Kohima. 

He thanked all the teachers from different schools for their tireless efforts and in helping the students in their presentation.

The exhibition was conducted under two criteria, single and double presentation. Altogether 19 students participated. In single presentation, the first position was bagged by Tinutemsula from Loyola Higher Secondary School and second by Manish Kumar from Trinity High School. 

In double presentation, the first position was bagged by Cia Bose and Chumtila A. Sangtam from Saramati View Modern School while second position went to Chichem and Akhumse from Loyola Higher Secondary School. The panel of the judges were S.R Singh and Binash Joseph G/ T.

The programme was chaired by Ridila G/T Yangphi School and welcome address was delivered by Lichumse Sangtam asst. district coordinator.

Mon: In the exhibition held at Mon town hall, Thanglong of St. John’s Higher Secondary School, Mon emerged as the winner in individual category followed by Priyance Shandilya of Christ King School, Mon and Yingmei M Konyak of St. Mary’s High School, Mon in second and third positions.

In group category, Nginpong A Konyak and Ponpha of St. John’s Higher Secondary School received the first prize. The second prize was won by Mehu and Jahwang of GHSS Mon Town-D. Yeilih Konyak and Angtok Konyak of Edith Douglas School, Mon and Alih P Konyak and Keyeang Kheang of St. Joseph’s School Mon received the third prize. Altogether, nine schools competed in the exhibition.  Certificates were also given to all the participants.

T. Watlong Yanlem, GT GHSS Mon, Bendangrenla GT GHSS Mon-D and Dipayan Marak, PGT St. John’s Higher Secondary School, Mon were the judges. 

Earlier, speaking in the programme as special guest, ADC Mon Hiazu Meru stated that, lives became easy due to science and technology and in the process of development mankind has exploited the natural resources.

He said all over the world starting from the United Nations discussion were being held on sustainability as it has realised how mankind has over exploited the God’s given natural resources. 

He further appreciated the teachers and students for coming with the new model and presentations.

Mokokchung: In Mokokchung, three Schools, Queen Mary Higher Secondary School (QMHSS), Senayangba Higher Secondary School (SHSS) and Mayangnokcha Government Higher Secondary School (MGHSS) participated in the exhibition.

District education officer, Mokokchung, Sademmongla delivered the welcome address, special song was presented by GHS Mokokchung village, vote of thanks was delivered by Imkongwapang, ADC, DMA, Samagra Shiksha, Mokokchung. The programme was chaired by project assistant, DMA, Samagra Shiksha, Mokokchung, Temjensangla. The competition was held in both individual and group categories.

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