Clark Theological College (CTC) held its 41st graduation day at the college multi court, Aolijen Mokokchung on Sunday.
Altogether 66 students from Nagaland, various other states and South East Asia including Korea and Myanmar graduated and were assigned various roles and further studies respectively.
Speaker of the programme was Rev. Dr. David A Baer congratulated the students for their dedications towards holistic studies to spread the gospels.
Rev. Baer who had also addressed the CTC community earlier on different occasion in the past, said that he was “enthralled by the Naga music/songs; the beautiful people and acts of heroism in spreading Gospel”. He also conferred diplomas, awards and certificates to the graduates.
Earlier, the ceremony was led by Rev Dr Dhanbir Rai, while Deesiyet, Lalsanglawn and Shilusangla Jamir were the pianist and Marshalls respectively.
The graduation service began with procession by graduates followed by opening hymn, scripture reading and prayer by Rev Dr M Rongsen.
Graduating students presented the special song, “the highest calling”, while Sunjemyala and Akangtemsu Yaden spoke on behalf of M.Th and B.D graduates respectively.