Nagaland team attends 3rd Iris programme in Japan

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 2/11/2020 11:44:33 AM IST

Indian Delegates of the 3rd Iris programme, 2020 underwent a vigorous training “Youth Invitation Programme”, hosted by Embassy of Japan, held in central parts of Tokyo and Nagasaki from February 1 to 8. 

A press release from Nagaland University stated that, a 12 member team from Nagaland alongside 49 members from other Northeast states represented India whereby the goal mission was to educate the young minds and bring a change within their own community through aspiration from advanced Japanese technology and preventive measures. 
Simulation of earthquake disaster and preventive measures against it were taught at the Rinkai Disaster Prevention Park and a sustainable eco-future way was paved by the demonstration of the technology of hydrogen fuelled cars. 
Programme also commemorated the 75th anniversary of Battle of Kohima where the participants heard first hand from an atomic bomb survivor Yoshiro Yamawaki, with a positive message of spreading peace. 
Field work was also done in one of the historical sites, at Mt. Unzen disaster hall. The team also visited several popular sites during the stay and availed the opportunity to watch a short robot demonstration for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics at the Panasonic Center. The last destination for the team was to learn more about the waste water management and landfill sites of Japan. 

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