Thursday, October 6, 2022

Educational institutions organise various programmes

Educational institutions across the state have been organising various activities for the students and teaching staff as part of their yearly curriculum/extracurricular activities.
SJU: St. Joseph University (SJU), department of Civil Engineering, in association with Institution of Engineers (IEI)India, Student’s Chapter organised “National Engineer’s Day 2022”on September 15.
In a press release, SJU informed that at the programme, guest of honour, executive engineer, PWD(R&B) RLC, Dimapur Er. Charlie Imchen encouraged the students to be innovative and never compromise but to have an analytical mind.
In a short speech, special guest, chairman, IEI Nagaland State Centre, D.A. Shishak exhorted the students to practice smart engineering for a better world.
SJU vice chancellor Dr.Gnanadurai in his presidential address emphasised on staying updated with new technologies and highlighted how engineers must have a multi-disciplinary knowledge.
KLC: Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access (IDIA) team of Kohima Law College attended the hearing of PIL before the division bench, Gauhati High Court Kohima bench on September 14, as part of IDIA project.
In a press release, KLC media cell informed that earlier, KLC signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with IDIA Charitable Trust to train underprivileged students and transform them into lawyers and community advocates.
Selected students of the college were a volunteer body which will function as IDIA’s official “Nagaland Chapter”.
PCC: Patkai Christian College (Autonomous), B.Sc, 3rd semester, department of Zoology, organised a field trip to fishery farm, Chief Executive Officer Fish Farmer Development Agency (CEOFFDA), Joraphukhuri, Purana Bazaar on September 13.
In a press release, PCC Mass Comm informed that altogether 15 students under the guidance of assistant professor Lhousilenuo Hama.
Dr. Kensibo carried out exercises for students to identify and learn about the fishes commonly found in Nagaland.
CEOFFDA officer in charge,Imtisunep demonstrated the method of induced breeding and cultivation of different fish species by “composite fish culture” technique and application of various parameters.
Earlier, PCC, department of Multimedia and Mass Communication also conducted a week-long hands-on intensive cinematography and editing workshop. The workshop was supervised by film editor and cinematographer Paree Khuman, who is also the CEO of Khuman Mamikol Film Production, Manipur.
The week-long training was categorised into various activities.
ICFAI: The department of Linguistics and Translation Studies, ICFAI University Nagaland, conducted a live webinar with associate professor, NEHU, Dr.Saralin Lyngdoh as resource person, on September 9.
The session, which was open to public, focused on an introduction to linguistics-a relatively new field of study to many students in the state.
Dr. Lyngdoh spoke about the constitution of language, relationship between language and the human brainand the applicability of linguistic knowledge in different fields.
IC: Immanuel College, department of Economics in collaboration with National Institute of Information Technology (NIIT) Dimapur, organised a national workshop on “financial literary for young earners and guide to stock market” on September 14 with Samuel Jamir and Er. Rishav Sethi as resource persons.
SCC: Sao Chang College, Tuensang, Botanical Club organised an online programme on skill development training on pickle making on September 15.
In a press release, SCC media cell informed that resource person, entrepreneur and proprietor of Dwellington Home, Kipfuzha Kohima, Visenon Yakhro demonstrated on making yongchak and king chilli pickle.
The programme was participated by members of the Botany club members and interested individuals.
Earlier on September 10, SCC, department of Sciences conducted a field trip on September 10, at Deichi, Hakchang village to provide first-hand information to students.
In a press release, SCC media cell informed that assistant professor, department of Physics, Dipak Nath highlighted the importance of the field trip.
The students were divided into three groups led by guides assistant professor, department of Chemistry, Dr.ShokipTumtin, assistant professor department of Zoology, Vidila Jing and assistant professor department of Botany Tongpangkokla Chang.