Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Colleges organise parting social programmes

Model Christian College (MCC) organised its 16th parting social on the theme “Mar Sin Leat” on Wednesday, in the college auditorium.
In a press release, MCC informed that in his speech, principal, Dr. Luke Rymbai encouraged the graduating students to be responsible.
He said “responsibility involves the ability to make decisions that serve our interests and that of others”. During the programme, best student of the batch award was presented to Moangtula Jamir of BA 6th semester from the department of Political Science while THREE students were awarded with certificates for 100% attendance. Earlier, invocation was offered by vice principal, Dr. Nungshikokla Jamir followed by songs and speeches from graduating batch and juniors. Later, managing director of the College, S.P Francis blessed the graduating students with a special prayer, followed by an informal session.
IMC: Immanuel College (IMC) Dimapur organised a parting social programme for outgoing students on May 10. During the programme, IMC principal Th. Sharatchandra Singh released the college annual magazine “ACRIIM”, speeches on behalf of outgoing students were delivered by Imtiwapong and Chenithung Yanthan and speech on behalf of juniors was delivered by Ngapying. Later, vote of thanks was proposed by Zuthungbeni.
FAC: Fazl Ali College (FAC) Mokokchung organised its 61st parting social themed “Longraseta Penzür” (Wistful Reminiscing) in the college auditorium on May 10. In a press release, FAC media cell informed that at the programme, principal, Dr. Temjenwabang in his address advised and encouraged students to live up to the expectations of being a graduate of an “A Grade” college. Meanwhile, FACSU general secretary, Lanutangit conveyed words of gratitude to outgoing senior students for being their mentors and encouraged them to overcome challenges with skills and knowledge acquired from the college. A speech on behalf of outgoing students was also delivered by Merensunep. The formal session ended with a prayer for outgoing students by assistant professor, chemistry, Dr. Imliwati Longkumer.