Friday, July 1, 2022

Colleges, schools organise various programmes

Educational institutions held various programmes including seminar, farewell, cultural day, social work etc., across the state.
MC: Modern College (MC) Kohima in collaboration with the IQAC of the institution organised a faculty development program on “research methodology” on May 13 at College Conference Hall. Resource persons, Dr. Daili Kholia the faculty member of the department of education spoke on “qualitative research methods” and State Council of Teacher Education (SCTE) assistant professor, Dr. Sandip Ratna spoke on “different types of research methods” and “important steps in research”.
The college also conducted Youth Employment Programme (YEP) through Tata Consultancy Service (TCS) concluded from April 19 to May 11.
A press release by MC stated that TCS with an aim to address challenges of unemployment within India conducted the programme as part of its corporate social responsibility initiative.
UC: With the objective of understanding the practical aspects of the village council functioning, Department of political science, Unity College Dimapur, organised an outdoor programme – PG student exposure trip to Gaili Village in Peren district.
In a separate event, student council of Unity College bade farewell to the undergraduate batch of 2019-2022 on May 13 wherein juniors performed a guard of honour for the seniors. The programme featured performances from juniors as well as some final appearances from the seniors. In his speech, UC principal, Dr. Lichumo Enie encouraged the students to have hope, enthusiasm and perseverance as they prepare to face the world.
In another event, Research Cell of Unity College and Heritage Publishing House (HPH), Dimapur on May 10 renewed MoA for Academic Resources for Unity College (ARUC) to facilitate research, consultancy and extension activities for another period of three years.
KLC: Law students of Evangelical Union held its thanksgiving programme on May 12 at the Conference Hall of Kohima Law College (KLC).
Address the students, KLC assistant professor Kezhokhoto Savi urged the law students of Nagaland to play a major role in “clean election movement”.
Asserting the need for “revival” in Naga society, Savi said, “What about our Naga society? We also need a moral revival. We need a spiritual revival that will put a new moral fiber into our society, or we will have collapsed internally before any enemies get here.”

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