Farewell programmes for retiring officials

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 12/19/2020 12:00:02 PM IST

Directorate of Higher Education & Technical Education and Mount Olive College Kohima (MOCK) held farewell programmes for respective retiring officials on December 18 and 15. 

H&TE Kohima: The combined farewell programme of both directorate of Higher Education & Technical Education was held on December 18, in honour of commissioner & secretary H & TE, Imjung M Panger at the conference hall of Technical Education.

According to DIPR report, minister of Higher Education & Tribal Affairs, Temjen Imna Along congratulated the outgoing commissioner & secretary after his illustrious career as bureaucrat, where he had given good governance and appreciated his simplicity and truthfulness.

Adviser to chief minister for Technical Education & Election, Medo Yhokha also shared some of the good qualities about Imjung M Panger and encouraged the members to emulate such qualities in one’s service career. 

Imjung M Panger in his speech, expressed that it had been a privilege to be in the government service and serve the public, wherein the government provides the best service conditions. He encouraged the members to renew one’s pledge to serve the public. His successful completion of service career was due to constant moral support and prayers from family members and cooperation from his subordinates and officers while serving under different capacities, he added.

Director of Higher Education, Dr. Apeni Lotha, joint director Technical Education, Er. Vipulhou Lhoungu, and deputy secretary H&TE, Warren Holohon Yepthomi  spoke on behalf of Higher Education, Technical Education and administrative office respectively. 

Representatives from Geology & Mining and NPG board also participated. Programme was chaired by joint secretary and ex-officio director Technical Education Nungsangmenla Imchen, invocation by joint director HE, Rokono Peseyie and vote of thanks by joint director HE, Menoukholie Kire.

MOCK: Mount Olive College Kohima (MOCK) organised a farewell programme for retiring principal, Dr. Narendra Tiwary at college auditorium on December 15, chaired by vice principal Lovitoli Zhimomi.

A press release by MOCK librarian, Abel Jakhalu stated that, Tokheni Sema, chairperson, governing body, MOCK thanked the principal for his dedication towards the college and wished him a contented and joyous retired life.  

Dr. Narendra Tiwary in his farewell speech thanked the faculty and staff for their co-operation during his 22 years as principal, expressed great honour to have been part of a prestigious college and the good memories. Programme concluded with college anthem and blessings by Sumi Baptist Church, Kohima, associate pastor Khekavi Yeptho.

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