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MTC Wokha conducts annual cultural day

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 2/17/2020 9:50:36 AM IST

Mount Tiyi College (MTC) Wokha conducted annual cultural day with the theme “Learn, revive and preserve culture” on February 14, with Chonbenthung Ezung, SDO (C) as special guest and Haruna Watabe from Japan as special invitee. 

A press release from MTC HoD English assistant professor Khyobenthung Tsopoe stated that, during his speech, Chonbenthung emphasized on the importance of knowing one’s own culture and exhorted the gathering to be cautious about blindly imitating other nations’ culture seen on screen without knowing the reality.

Special invitee Haruna Watabe, in her short speech exhorted the students to learn to persevere and work hard to achieve their goals. She shared from her life testimony on how to be strong willed and that nothing was impossible if one had the will and determination. Short speech on the significance of cultural day was delivered by Myingthunglo Murry, asisstant professor History.

Earlier, welcome address was delivered by associate professor of History, Dr. Rosanna Kikon, Lotha folk song was presented by 4th semester students and a folk dance by the 6th semester students. The event was marked by display of Naga indigenous attire and competition on folktale narration and Lotha modern songs, in the programme compered by  Hachithung Kikon and Ruth Yanthan. Vote of thanks was delivered by Shancholo Khuvung, assistant professor English.

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