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NU Lumami celebrates 24th Foundation Day

Correspondent MOKOKCHUNG, SEPT 6 (NPN) | Publish Date: 9/6/2018 12:04:30 PM IST

Nagaland University (NU), Lumami, observed it’s ‘24th Foundation Day’ on Thursday, at I. Ihoshe Kinimi Hall with minister for Higher Education & Tecnical Education, Temjen Imna Along Longkumer, as the special guest. In his speech, Along described the 24th foundation day as a momentous occasion not only for Nagaland University but also for the whole state of Nagaland. He congratulated the vice-chancellor, faculty, staff and students of the university. While stating that it was a privilege to have a central university created by an Act of Parliament, he also appreciated land donors for donating the land.

While acknowledging the efforts of the faculty members to uplift Nagaland University, Temjen Imna encouraged them to exert more effort with ‘faith’ because, he said that, faith in ones’ religion and propagating education has no religious boundaries. He said “what you do with all your heart is your religion”. The special guest was hopeful that Nagaland University would become a centre of excellence in the very near future. 

He urged the Nagas to harness the Education Industry, which has tremendous prospects with the perfect topography and the humble hospitality of the Naga people, if only the educational system in the state of Nagaland strives with patience and diligence.

He appealed to mainland India to assist the Nagas assimilate along with the rest of the Nation and World.

Short speeches were also delivered by Kheto Kinimi, ex-MLA & spokesperson of Land Donors, Lumami village, and Kazheto Kinimi, advisor, Labour, Employment & Skill Development and CAWD, and representatives from NUTA, NURSF, NUSU and NUNTSA. 

A creative shadow Gandhian Play was presented by the students of Botany Department (Winner of the Inter-Derpartmental Play on the life of Mahatma Gandhi) while the formal welcome note was addressed by NU, Registrar Dr. Abemo. Minister T Imna Along Longkumer also declared the Silver Theme: ‘For A Vibrant Future’. 

NU-SET celebrates 25th foundation day

School of Engineering & Technology (SET), Nagaland University (NU), celebrated the 25th foundation day of the establishment of Nagaland University at Dimapur on September 6. A press release from NU-SET stated that professor S. K. Sharma, dean NU-SET in his foundation day speech mentioned how Nagaland University came into existence and encouraged the staff and students to continue working hard for betterment of the university. 

After the formal program a debate on the topic “Can we wipe out corruption and bribery from our country?” was conducted. First prize was awarded to Sweta Priya, second prize to Jamilur Rahman and the third prize to Dona H Zhimo.

 

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