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More reports on Children’s Day

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 11/15/2019 11:34:19 AM IST

Children’s Day was celebrated on November 14 across the state with much pomp and gaiety. The day also marked the birth anniversary of the India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. 

SSP: Sainik School Punglwa celebrated Children’s Day in the school premises with great pomp. The celebration saw different entertainment programme show cast by the staffs of the school.

A special assembly was also conducted by the teaching faculty. As part of the celebration house wise picnic was organized in the school campus at different locations. 

Chavara Home: Children’s Day was celebrated at Chavara Home, Naharbari-Purana Bazaar, Dimapur with the children from the neighbourhood and nearby school children along with the inmates.  Chief guest of the day, protection officer of District Child Protection Unit (DCPU) Dimapur, Arenla Phom stressed on children’s need to be respected, protected, loved and cared for by the responsible people in the society.  The special invitees were a team from Child Line Dimapur, who conducted a very important session on “safe touch” and importance of Child Line number 1098.

Diphupar Lotha community: Neighbourhood Children’s Parliament of Diphupar Lotha Community celebrated Children’s Day under the theme, “Recreational Time for Children” at Stone Garden NEZCC, Diphupar wherein the children participated in competitions and fun activities. 

ZHST: Zeliangrong Heraka School Tening celebrateD Children’s Day at school premises wherein students and teachers presented different cultural and other colourful items.

TDLSA: Tuensang District Legal services Authority on Children’s Day visited Bethel Children home.

CBSK: Cherry Blossom School Kohima (CBSK), a school for disabilities also celebrated Children’s Day on November 14 by organising various activities.

NPF Minority Wing: NPF Minority Wing celebrated the day at Dimapur Dayanand Vidyaniketan ST Boys Hostel. 

MGMHSS Dimapur:  MGM Higher Secondary School observed the day with a variety of programmes. Principal, Dr. Rev. Fr. P. S. Varghese highlighted the life and contributions of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Teachers took active participation to entertain the students. 

ARC and Jalukie Battalion: To mark the day, Ahthibung Region Club (ARC) in collaboration with Jalukie Battalion of Assam Rifles, PHC Ahthibung, National Vector Borne Diseases Control Program, District AIDS Prevention Control Unit and CCA (Cultural Club Ahthibung) conducted a health drive for the children of Khelma kabai area. Free medical tests and blood tests were conducted. 

SPS: Shalom Public School (SPS), Chumoukedima celebrated the day visiting ARTC, Shokhuvi under the guidance of Lt. Col. Bhavna. During the visit, the students witnessed drill nursery, para-gliding, boxing, taekwondo, swimming etc. 

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