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GPK, ISTE organise webinar on ‘igniting young minds’

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 9/15/2021 11:41:43 AM IST

Government Polytechnic Kohima (GPK) in association with the Indian Society of Technical Education (ISTE) organised a three-day webinar on the theme, “igniting young minds” on September 6-8.

In a press release, the organisers stated that the webinar was aimed to educate the students of GPK on various relevant topics such as cyber security, internet of things, pavement recycling and entrepreneurship.  In the inaugural session, officer on special duty, directorate of technical education, Tiakaba Amer congratulated the institute for organizing the webinar series and evinced hope that it would help the institute in acquiring accreditation by national board of accreditation. Later, lecturer, department of computer science and engineering, Er. Abeno Odyuo highlighted the advantages of becoming an institutional member of ISTE and the setting up of a students’ chapter at GPK.

The resource persons were deputy director, NIELIT, Er. A. Morimenba Amer; assistant professor School of Engineering and Technology, Nagaland University, Er. Shanchamo Yanthan; lecturer Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu (KPA) Er. Teakum Ao; joint director, MSME-DI, Tali Longchar and assistant director MSME-DI, Dimapur, Selwin Samraj. The faculty of GPK moderated the sessions and collected feedback from the participants.

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