Social issues must be dealt creatively and scientifically, says DC Dimapur

Social issues must be dealt creatively and scientifically, says DC Dimapur
DC, special guests and others at the programme.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/14/2018 12:37:53 PM IST

North East Institute of Social Sciences and Research (NEISSR) observed its 5th fresher’s day with deputy commissioner of Dimapur, Sushil Kumar Patel, Dr. Sedevi Angami, director of CIHSR and Thomas Kikon, chairman Lotha Hoho Dimapur as the special guests on August 14.

A press release from NEISSR stated that, Sushil Kumar Patel asked the youth to get connected with people in the villages and communities. He also highlighted the positive strength of Naga youth and in the region. He was of the view that the social problems and issues were increasing, and were common in the region which must be dealt creatively and scientifically. 

He said that this was possible with committed students and institutions like NEISSR provided they worked together with different disciplines and resolve the issues collectively. He encouraged the MSW trainees to build up their positive energy and to find solutions to the social issues professionally. 

Dr. Sedevi Angami, director of CIHSR, also spoke about the importance of inter-disciplinary approach to heal the social diseases. He said social workers needed to be extra humble when they approached the communities. He also exhorted the youth to be change makers in the society.  

Thomas Kikon, motivated the MSW trainees to work for bettering the humanity. Dr. Fr. CP Anto, the principal, welcomed the gathering. 

Tumchobeni Kithan projected the glimpses of NEISSR portraying the activities, achievements and potentials of the institute. Short speeches were given by Angam Phom and Imtisenla Kubsari on behalf of the fresher’s. The newly inducted students were officially welcomed by the final year students with souvenirs followed by a self-introductory session. Words of gratitude was given by Mercy Ozukum, programme coordinator. The event was hosted by K. Loungnyem Konyak and Meriakthule N Chewang. Rev. Fr. John Poji also graced the event.

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