Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Student body, educational institutions hold freshers’ meet

Chang Students Union Dimapur (CSUD), Modern Institute of Teacher Education (MITE) and Livingstone Foundation International (LFI) College organised freshers’ meet at different locations.
CSUD: Chang Students Union Dimapur on September 10, held its 23rd freshers’ meet at IMC Hall on the theme “forging excellence”.
In a press release, CSUD president Auchingsonla and general secretary Longyang informed that the special guest for the event, advisor, PWD (R&B), H Chuba Chang emphasised on the importance of having an aim in life, and goal oriented from the first day of school or college.
He stated that determined minds will open opportunities and get the courage to tackle problems no matter how hard life gets.
Chang also spoke on the fast-moving world and dwelt on how to make good use of resources that were made available.
Other special invitees included Chang Wedoshi Setshang president, C Pongsu, Dimapur Eastern Nagaland Students’ Union vice president Nathan, Chang Union Dimapur and Chang Sao Thangjam Dimapur.
Sanghan Choba and Siponglemla were crowned Mr & Miss fresher.
MITE: Modern Institute of Teacher Education organised fresher’s day on September 9 on the theme of “Eunoia (Good Will)”.
In a press release, MITE principal Dr. Kate Dandesh Kumar informed that SBI, Kohima AGM S Besii Bosco, while exhorting the gathering as special guest emphasise on the significance of teaching profession.
He pointed out teaching was the most responsible profession in the world and that teachers were weapons for development of family and society.
At the programme, 18 contestants participated here Pewe u Tunyi Khamo, Propriter of Talent Foresight, House of Grooming and Joy Sutradhar, Winner, Nagaland Mr. Mega Model Hunt, 2022 were judges.
LFI College: Livingstone Foundation International College Dimapur celebrated its 2nd freshers meet on September 9 at the LFI auditorium on the theme “through difficulties to great things”.
Speaking at the event, LFI chairman Dr. Andrew Ahoto Sema reminded the gathering about how a person was self-made by choices he made and the things he took in.
He encouraged the students to become great people with good hearts to bring positive changes in the society
At the programme, Kiyekali was crowned fresher queen while Kevin was declared fresher king.

Mr & Miss fresher and other winners at the LFI College freshers’ meet.
Faculty members of MITE and others at the freshers’ day programme.