KCK holds 53rd parting social in Kma

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 3/9/2020 9:52:04 AM IST

Kohima College Kohima (KCK), held its 53rd parting social in the college courtyard, with secretary general, Naga People Movement for Human Rights (NPMHR), Neingulo Krome, as the guest speaker on March 7.

A press release from KCK media cell stated that, Krome expressed nostalgia as he himself had been a student of the college in 1977. He related the struggles of Naga people in the 50’s who lived in jungles like animals, seeking shelter in neighbouring states like Manipur and Assam as their villages were burnt down to ashes. 

He took example of Mangmetong village which was burnt down 18 times, and also narrated crucial moments in history of the Naga people, further stating that he felt that he has this responsibility of sharing these struggles to today’s Naga generation. He stressed on how one should not sell away Naga identity under any circumstances. He also expressed gratitude to the college for providing logistic support for NPMHR activities.

Principal, KCK, Dr. Ralimongla, in her welcome address stated that the college had gone through tremendous change in the last 53 years, adding that students have contributed to this change.  She stated that the college was proud of its achievements and further urged them to pursue things they love and to be men and women of integrity. 

Earlier, programme was chaired by Quitalo and invocation pronounced by asst. prof., Limajungla Jamir.  Short speeches on behalf of the outgoing and remaining students were presented by Lithrongba and Viboto, while Kikrusanuo presented a special song. 



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