FTS Jotsoma holds 11th convocation programme

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/4/2019 12:10:53 PM IST

Faith Theological Seminary (FTS), Jotsoma, Kohima conducted its 11th convocation programme on June 3, where 35 students graduated.

A press release from FTS Kohima stated that the valedictory message was delivered by Angami Christian Revival Council of Churches (ACRCC) executive secretary, Rev. Dr. Putsato Naleo. The speaker in his message encouraged the graduates to keep preaching in season and out of season. He also encouraged the graduates to be armored with God’s weapon to face the world. 
The graduated students comprised of M. Th. (Extension) two students, M. Div. regular seven students, M. Div. (Extension) six students, B. Th. Regular 18 students and B. Th. (Extension) two students.  The function was chaired by academic dean Asola Jamir, degree certificates were given by principal Rev. Dr. Visielie Angami and scripture delivered by lecturer Rasuweu Tsuhah. 
Speech on behalf of the graduates was delivered by Lydia Kath, M.Div. Special awards were given by former state chaplain, Nagaland Rev. Khrutsoyi Luruo. 
Recipients of the awards included M. Div. Academic excellence award to Visietuonuo Noho, M. Div. Best thesis award to Keneiphrelie Mepfhü-o, best all-round students to T. Yangtsapila, best term paper award to Thujoveyi Therie, B. Th academic excellence award was bagged by Purnuksung Ozukum, best character student went to Vevosalü and Most improved student to Keviphenuo.  The function was attended by church leaders, parents, well wishers, prayer partners and friends. 

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