Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Ura Academy gives away Tenyidie Award

Ura Academy organised “Tenyidie Award” programme on Wednesday, at Ura Academy Badi.
In a press release, Ura Academy media cell informed that Dr. Shürhozelie in his speech said an event such as this could be encouraged to talk about and also preserve the legacy of those who toiled with sincerity for the progress of the future generation.
He congratulated the award recipients for their success and challenged all likeminded people to promote the Tenyidie language in any way they can.
Dr. Shürhozelie also narrated the events leading to formation of Angami Literature Committee in 1939 by Rev. J.E Tanquist.
Meanwhile, Prof. D. Kuolie delivered a short speech on the overview of the award. The programme was led by Ura Academy vice president, Daso Paphino, Bible reading and prayer by Baptist Mission Church, Rev. Kiezotuo Zhale while pianist was Sahu Peseye.
Later, a duet song was presented by Nagaland University student while vote of thanks was proposed by Dr. Kelhoukhrienuo Sekhose and benediction by Rev. Tsolie Chase.
The award recipients included: Dr. Neilhouzhü Kire Award to Visituonuo Caroline Solo, Don Bosco School, Kohima and Keneivino Chücha, Christian welfare School, Khonoma for scoring highest in Tenyidie Subject in the HSLC examination; Rüzhükhrie Sekhose Award to Keneilhoulie Phewhuo, Christ King Higher Secondary school, Kohima for scoring highest in Tenyidie subject in the HSSLC examination; Nini Vinguriaü Lungalang Award to Eriteü Khape, Christian Higher secondary School Dimapur for securing highest in music subject in the HSSLC examination and A. Kevichüsa Award to Rajuseno Lhousa, Kohima College Kohima for securing highest grade in Bachelor of Arts Tenyidie honours.

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