Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Educational institutions conduct various activities

Educational institutions conducted various programmes and activities for the students as part of their yearly curriculum and extracurricular activities.
EIS: As part of its “health is wealth” programme, Euro International School (EIS) Chekiye Centre, Chümoukedima conducted a medical camp on Saturday at the school premises with Dr. Beto Y Yeptho of Eden Hospital, Dimapur.
UC: In observance of “International Day of Violence Against Women”, women development cell, Unity College Dimapur organised a march campaign on November 25 under the theme: “UNiTE! Activism to End Violence Against Women & Girls”. The event was conducted in two phases – a morning march, wherein members of the cell and students distributed pamphlets and displayed placards to raise awareness on the social stigma and ways and means to end it. During the evening march, students delivered speech in Hindi and English focusing on how as a society, all citizens were responsible to end the hideous crime. The students also tied orange ribbon around in support of United Nation call for “Orange the World” – symbolizing a brighter future, free of violence for women and demonstrating solidarity in eliminating all forms of violence.
SJU: As an outreach programme-cum-extension activity, PG 1st semester students of department of education, St Joseph University Nagaland on November 24 visited the “Angel Home” (Centre for Children with Disabilities), Dimapur. The University said the objective was to know about the condition of the differently abled children and sensitize the students about the needs and problems of the differently abled children; and to learn the curriculum, structure and provisions given to differently abled children in special schools.
MTTC: Mt. Terogvu Theological College Zunpha, Tseminyu held its 4th alumni meet on November 23-25, wherein worship speakers and resource persons delivered and presented topics relevant to the contemporary ministry. The alumni members also shared their experiences of joys and hurdles in ministry.
The meet culminated with the college annual cultural day held under the theme “Old is Gold” with the first Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Tseminyu district, Dr. Zasekuolie Chusi as special guest.
In his address, Dr. Chusi asserted the importance of preserving and promoting the priceless cultural heritage of the Nagas, which was their identity. He also reminded the students to be aware of the visible changes taking place day by day in order to present the gospel contextually.
At the programme Rev. Khisenlo Apon said the invocation, welcome address was delivered by college principal, Dr. Rushulo Seb. Other highlights included Colors of Mt. TTC, Rengma folk dance, Nepali dance, Bodo dance, Lotha Folk Melody, Zomi dance, Khiamnungan Bamboo dance, Pochury folk song, Arunachal folk dance, traditional fire making, spear kick and tug of war.

Must Read