RUSA computer centre inaugurated

RUSA computer centre inaugurated
Temjen Imna Along and others after inaugurating the new computer centre on September 6 at Fazl Ali College, Mokokchung. (NP)
Correspondent Mokokchung, 6 Sep (NPN) | Publish Date: 9/6/2018 11:50:02 AM IST

A new computer Centre was inaugurated on Thursday at Fazl Ali College (FAC) by Temjen Imna Along, Minister of Higher & Technical Education, Government of Nagaland.

The new computer centre was constructed under the Infrastructure Grants to Colleges scheme of the Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA) funded by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Department of Higher Education, Government of India and Government of Nagaland.

Speaking at the program, Temjen Imna Along said, “Change cannot happen in one go but changes are happening and this change can be seen in the Department of Higher & Technical Education”, adding the RUSA, a flagship program, was a gift from the central government.

The RUSA project has been very successful in its first phase in the state, he stated. Temjen Imna further opined that the attitude with which we serve people should not be just for serving one’s pocket but it should be selfless.

The minister expressed the view that the RUSA phase one had been implemented transparently and expressed happiness saying that this shows how Nagas were imbibing the new attitude of service by working for the future of the people.

He also urged land owners to come together with a magnanimous attitude so that the premiere educational institution could grow.

A technical report of the construction of the Computer Centre was presented by Er. Senti, PWD (Housing), Mokokchung. A short speech was also delivered by Kuholi Chishi, director, Higher Education, Nagaland, Kohima. 

The welcome address was given by vice-principal, Fazl Ali College, Tiamongla and the closing remarks of the program were given by Dr. Imtiwati Jamir, RUSA coordinator, FAC. The program was also attended by Kizheto Kinimi, advisor of Skill Development & CAWD.



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