Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Nagaland Educational institutions organise various activities

Educational institutions across the state have been organising various activities for the students and teaching staff as part of their yearly curriculum or extracurricular activity.
RRC, MCTE: Red Ribbon Club (RRC) of Mokokchung College of Teacher Education (MCTE) Yimyu conducted a community outreach programme under the theme, “Stigma is an enemy of HIV & AIDS” on July 29 at Straightway Higher Secondary School (SHSS), Mokokchung. During the programme, students were sensitised on stigma towards HIV and AIDS victims and were encouraged to promote positive attitude towards the same.
NPC: Norman Putsure College (NPC) Chumukedima celebrated its first freshers’ day on July 29 at the College Auditorium with Deputy Commissioner (DC) Chumukedima, Abhinav Shivam as the chief guest. In his speech, the DC encouraged the students to remain focus and to develop the spirit of hard work and reminded the students to think critically and to reason and question the generally accepted paths and notions. Shivam also encouraged students to have a dream and to discover their interests and reminded them to stay devoted on the things that motivate them and to not let anyone deviate them from achieving their dreams.
SCC: In observance of “World Conservation Day 2022”, Sao Chang College (SCC) department of Botany on July 28 launched “Botany Club” with the vision to identify rare species, to maintain record of flora in and around Tuensang district, to create interest among students, and to disseminate information about native plants, their uses, and benefits. At the programme, resource person, Junior Soil Conservation Officer (JSCO) Tuensang, Besochang spoke on importance of preservation of nature and the various ways in which it could be carried out.
MC: Modern College held its 3rd Graduation Day on July 29 at the college auditorium, wherein principal, Dr. Vitsou Yano emphasised on some key points to a successful life.
DBCK holds 4th SFI: Don Bosco College Kohima (DBCK) held its 4th student’s forum investiture program on July 26 at the College Hall with Kohima Village Student Association (KVSA) general secretary, Seluokuolie Albert Rutsa and colleagues as special invitees. The elected student forum of DBCK will be led by Jennifer Wotsa as general secretary along with 11 other members.
NEISSR conducts orientation: North East Institute of Social Sciences and Research (NEISSR) conducted orientation program for the BSW and MSW students on July 26 at Newman Pastoral Centre Auditorium Chümoukedima.
KCK: Kohima College, Kohima (KCK) organised retirement celebration honouring its principal Dr. Ralimongla on July 29 at the college premises.KCK said the programme was organised in recognition of her selfless dedication towards the college.
In her speech, Dr. Ralimongla expressed her gratitude to the college, faculty and staff for their support and cooperation especially during the covid 19 pandemic. She shared glimpses of her experiences in the college stating that she had gained professional and personal growth in knowledge, wisdom and friendship.
SJC: St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous) Jakhama celebrated its 35th freshers’ day on July 30 at the College Indoor Stadium with chief conservator, Forest (Environment, Biodiversity & Research), Supongnukshi Ao as guest speaker. In his speech, Supongnukshi said Catholic educational institutions have produced great number of leaders in many walks of life contributing for the society and that Nagas should be proud of this.
PGC: Pfutsero Government College celebrated its 38th Freshers Day, under the theme “Unfurling Possibilities” on July 29 with Dr. Neisatuo Mero as guest speaker, who encouraged students to help as well as share their wisdom and knowledge to one another.
MCTE: Mokokchung College of Teacher Education (MCTE) bade farewell to outgoing B.Ed. Batch of 2020-22 on July 30, wherein SDO (Civil), Mokokchung, Sentilong Ozukum encouraged student-teachers to never stop learning and recommended three keys – “Keep Educating Yourself, Keep Evolving Yourself and Keep Enlarging Yourself”, to aid them in their future as teachers and as individuals.
WSK: Whito School Kohima organised Summer Cultural Festival 2022 on July 30 with advocate, Delhi High Court, & school board member, Kevipopi Ltu as special guest. In his address, Kevipopi Ltu urged students to preserve rich cultural heritage saying culture was the unique identity of human history.
FAC: An awareness of blood donation was organised by network of blood donors in collaboration with Red Ribbion Club Fazl Ali College (FAC) Mokokchung on July 30 at the College Auditorium. The main objective of the programme was to create awareness on the importance of blood donation and to find possible, prospective blood donors who may voluntarily donate blood in future. In a separate event, a bi-monthly departmental seminar was organised by the Seminar Committee, FAC Mokokchung at the FAC, Conference Hall wherein, assistant professor department of computer science, Lanunungsang presented a paper on the topic, “block technology”.

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