Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Jine Singh crowned Miss Dimapur 2022

A 21-year-old, Jine Singh was crowned Miss Dimapur 2022 at a glittering finale held on Friday evening at IMC hall, Dimapur. Organised by the Ethnic Group of Nagaland (EGoN), 15 finalists vied for this year’s prestigious crown.
Singh, won the crown to a final question that was posed, “What do you think is the biggest problem facing the young people today?”
According to her, the young people today are facing lack of confidence. “Don’t look down on yourself. Just because somebody says you cannot do it, doesn’t mean you can’t. Believe in yourself and you can achieve it,” Singh said to a huge cheer from the crowd. This year, EGoN selected five winners, where the first princess was adjudged to Choichoi Lhoujem, second princess – Visakou, third princess – Hanlunchi and the fourth princess – Apokla Pongen. The subtitle winners were: Miss Talent – Lihyeih T Konyak; Miss Personality – Jine Singh; Miss Style Icon of the year 2022 – Jine Singh; Miss Fresh Face – Hanluchi; Miss Fitness – Alovi Achumi; Miss Viewers’ Choice – Choichoi Lhoujem.
The winner received a cash prize of Rs. 50,000/- along with gift hampers and other contracts, while 4 princesses (top 5) received gift hampers by EGoN and Native Beads Dimapur. Top 10 finalists were also given gift hampers by World of Titan.
Earlier during the event, guest of honour, advisor for Prison, Printing & Stationary, Government of Nagaland, H Haying congratulated EGoN for giving a platform to the youths through such pageantry events. He stated that when one talks about beauty pageant, many a times, we often get drawn away by the outer beauty and the physical appearances that are visible to the eyes. “And we often overlook the most important essence in a woman.”
It may be noted that this is the second year that Jine Singh has contested in Miss. Dimapur, last time being in the year 2018.
The programme was hosted by Imli Lee, show directed by Mister India International 2012, Obang Jamir, special performances by students of Tetso College and ushered by students of Emporium Skill and Training Institute, Dimapur.
The judges were Toshizen, Lolano Patron, Zhanuo Metha Konyak, Ayangla Toko Longkumer and Avitoli H Yeptho. (Staff Reporter)