Viaţă felicitates 49 teachers from 25 schools across Dimapur

Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, MAR 3 (NPN) | Publish Date: 4/3/2021 12:50:54 PM IST

Viaţă Institute of Allied Health Science and Research (Viaţă) in association with Dimapur Naga Students Union (DNSU) and All Nagaland Private School Association (ANPSA) organised a felicitation programme for teachers around Dimapur on the theme “making the difference.”

The programme was held here, on Saturday at AIDA Hall, Don Bosco higher secondary school. 

Addressing the gathering as chief guest, ANPSA Dimapur president, Dr. Andrew Ahoto Sema said that teachers were builders of nation and mentors of the future. 

Dr. Ahoto stated that teachers shaped the future of the students and made them understand their full potentiality. 

Maintaining that teachers in the western countries were treated with more respect, he claimed that teachers were paid more salaries than politicians and bureaucrats, and lamented why teachers were regarded as low class citizen in the world’s largest democratic country.  

He further maintained that western countries had better understanding towards educators and urged upon students union and teachers to work hand-in-hand. 

He further added that private schools catered to almost 80% of the students in the state and that maximum excellent results were brought by students of the private schools. 

Dr. Ahoto maintained that the state’s economy would boost immensely if the government gave importance on education and hospital (medical).

In this regard, he urged upon the government to wake up and work on the upgrading educational institutions and hospitals for the improvement of state’s economy. 

He added that as on when the government lays emphasis on the two given institutions, it would highly benefit people of the states with more income, job satisfaction and opportunity. 

He opined that if Nagaland wanted to be self standardised, it should emphasise on education and hospitals.   

Dr. Ahoto further urged parents and teachers to do away with the mentality that marks meant everything and stated that every child had different potentiality.

He further stated that teachers should deliver equal treatment to all students. 

Earlier, the programme was chaired by Moalemla Aier and invocation was pronounced by Rev. Khriezovi Kiso. 

A special number was presented by Vizho Thakhro while Viaţă project head, Pranjal Borbora presented a slide on Viaţă.

A total of 49 teachers from 25 schools across Dimapur were felicitated by Viaţă, an upcoming paramedical institute in Chümoukedima. 

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