Saturday, August 13, 2022

Felicitation programmes organised in Kohima

Correspondent

Bright Morning Star Children Home (BMSCH) under the aegis of IDEAL (IW) Charitable Society organised a felicitation programme for HSLC and HSSLC successful candidates at BMSCH recreational hall, here on Tuesday.
Six students at BMSCH including four in HSLC and two in HSSLC cleared the examination this year.
Speaking as the guest, deputy commissioner (DC) Kohima, Shanavas C exhorted the children to stay humble and treat everyone equally no matter how successful they become.
He also advised the children to use social media wisely as it had become an indispensable part of people’s lives and advised them not to forget their roots, who moulded and shaped them.
Bright Morning Star Children Home superintendent Alenuo shared about the struggle the founder Abi Angami went through to bring the children to where they were today.
“It is because of her love and hard work, the seeds she sowed that has brought this success”, Alenuo said.
She also acknowledged the support from family, well-wishers, past and present staff for contributing towards the children’s achievements.
Successful students Nyimangmongsen and Thepfulhoutuo delivered speech on behalf of the children.
ZSU: Zhadima Students’ Union (ZSU) held its annual felicitation programme for successful candidates of HSLC and HSSLC examinations 2022 at Zhadima Village Council hall on Saturday.
Retd. additional director of Directorate of School Education & School Management Committee, Zhadima, chairman, Zakienei Khoubve graced the occasion as the speaker.
In his speech, Khoubve congratulated successful students numbering a total of 86 from both HSLC and HSSLC.
He advised the students to respect and preserve their mother language “Tenyidie”, as one of the most important ways to preserve it was by speaking, writing and communicating in the language.
He said the language barrier especially in the younger generations was becoming a huge problem as many overlooked the use of Tenyidie and instead opted to interact in other language(s).
Khoubve also highlighted the need to make the best use of technology and encouraged the students to choose their professions wisely.
In an exhortation, Zhadima Village Council chairman, Neilalhoulie urged upon the students to be responsible and contribute to the welfare of the village in particular and the Naga society in general.
He advised the students to be honest wherever their professional lives may lead them and be torch bearers of the village.
The programme was chaired by ZSU, general secretary, Medolenuo Ambrocia while president’s address was delivered by Kevingulie Soliezuo.
CRC Zhadima, church promoter, Vikietuo Loucü offered invocation and Ruokuophrenuo Khoubve presented a special number.
Speech on behalf of the students was also delivered by Vizoneinuo Chüpuo while Keduoneituo Theünuo presented statistical report.
Later, Asibou Loucü proposed vote of thanks.
The programme was attended by village leaders, family of successful candidates and well-wishers.

SourceNPN

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