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Kala Ustav competitions held in Wokha, Pfutsero

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 10/15/2019 11:42:46 AM IST

District level Kala Utsav competition was held in Wokha and Pfutsero districts on October 15 to promote arts in education by nurturing and showcasing the artistic talent of school students. 

Dimapur: In Dimapur the programme organized by district mission authority, Samagra Shiksha Dimapur, district education office (DEO) Dimapur was held Tuesday, at GHSS auditorium.

During the programme welcome address was delivered by district education officer (DEO) Dimapur R Amongla Jamir where she mentioned about the importance of quality education and said that students needed to enhance their knowledge by competing with one another. 

Introduction of the Kala utsav was delivered by state mission office, DMD, SS Dr. Khatoli Khola where she maintained that Kala Utsav is the initiative of MHRD to promote art education at the secondary level as tools for developing aesthetic sensibility through color, sound and movements.

Khola asserted that an integration of the education helps to encourage creativity, developed problem solving ability, improve mental imaginary for better expression. She mentioned that Kala Utsav also gives opportunities to sharing the stage collectively by boys, girls, children with special need and disadvantaged group of students which breaks many stereotype. And it also provides opportunity to celebrate rich diversity cultural heritage of India at school, district, state and national level.

Panel of judges were senior SDEO Dimapur, Humtsoe, director Indigenous Cultural Society Dr Heshito Chishi and representative district cultural office Ikendube Haikam. Vocal music, instrumental music, dance and painting competition were actively participated by students of six government schools, Dimapur.

In vocal music solo (boys category) the programme bagged Ghokivi Yeptho class XI of GHSS Niuland and Lamtinsat class-IX of GHS Molvom as first and second, in vocal music solo (girls) Junlikalo class-9 of GHS Nihoto, Kimneilhai class-9 of GHS Molvom and Verakholu class-9 of GHSS, Dimapur bagged first, second and third position respectively. 

In painting (boys category) Pratip class-9 GHSS Niuland, Atoka V Zhimo class-9 of GHS Nihoto and Thanglenmang class-10 bagged first, second and third position whereas in girls category Livya K Yeptho class-11, Kimngaiting class-9, Molvom and Nancy class-9 of GHS Nihoto received first, second and third position respectively.  In dance solo boys category Pihoshe Achumi class-9 of GHS Nihoto was the winner and in girls category Nitoli Ayemi class-10 GHS Zuheshe, Neizongai class-9 GHS Molvom and Deja Girisa class-9 of GHS Dhansaripar bagged first, second and third position. In instrumental music Kivipu M Zhimomi class-9, GHSS Niuland and Lamtinsat class-9 GHS Molvom bagged first and second prize respectively. Programme was chaired by project assistant (Samagra) Vitoho Chophy. 

(Staff Reporter)

Wokha: Kala Utsav competition was held under the district education office (DEO), Wokha district mission authority Samagra Shiksha (SS) at Pangti Ekhumkho Ki, where various competitions like vocal music, instrumental music, folk dance and painting competition for the government high schools under Wokha was conducted. Five government high schools from different ranges, block and subdivision attended the programme.

According to DIPR report, assistant mission director, Samagra Shiksha state mission authority, Kohima, Chungngam Konyak informed that the winners of the various competitions will represent the district in the state level and further to national levels. Prizes were given in two categories boys and girls, in the vocal music competition, Yanbeni Z. Kithanpvui of GHS Englan was adjudged the winner in girl’s category while Tsenpen Ngullie of GHS Sungro bagged the first prize. Zuthungo O Kikon and Zuchobeni Yanthan both from GHS Wokha village won the folk dance competition. Nzanthung Kikon and Zuchobeni W. Kikon also both from GHSS Wokha won in the instrumental music category. In the painting competition Rhonthungo Ngullie of GHS Sungro and Nzanti R. Kithan were the winners. The panels of judges for the different competitions were N. EnibemoYanthan JEO Wokha, supervisor DEO office Wokha Ruthy Kikon and Zuben IA, Wokha. The programme was chaired by Chandemo Patton while vote of thanks was proposed by W. Renponmo, welcome delivered by assistant district co-coordinator Samagra Shiksha Wokha Pichamo Jungio.

Mokokchung: In Mokokchung, the programme was conducted at Changtongya on October 15. Assistant mission director SMA Samagra Shiksha Nagaland Kelhikha Kenye gave the introductory address of the competition. The programme was organized by the district mission authority Samagra Shiksha Mokokchung.  In vocal music, Zululemla from GHSS Tuli and Alemmeren from RC Chiten Jamir Memorial School Changtongya won in girls and boys category. In instrumental music, Temsupokla from RC Chiten Jamir Memorial School Changtongya and Tsunren Walling GHSS Tuli won the competition. In dance competition, Moanenla representing RC Chiten Jamir Memorial School and Anyangba from the same school won the competition and in painting competition,  Sentikumla Jamir from GHSS Tuli and Usepyanger from GHSS Tuli emerged as winners. Winners will represent the district in the state level competition in boys and girls category to be held on October 29.

Pfutsero: In Pfutsero, deputy mission director SMA Samagra Shiksha, Timothy Thong, in his keynote address, said the work was taken up by the erstwhile programme RMSA and now Samagra Shiksha, and it recognizes the importance of aesthetic and artistic experiences for secondary students.  Programme was chaired by Khrotelo Elah, coordinator EBRC, Pfutsero. Judges were Khrowutso Letro, director, Jubal Centre of Music and Arts; Anüri L Nyenu, bachelor of Performing Arts (Major) and Sehuto Mero, self-taught artist and painter. 

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