Saturday, March 25, 2023

Educational institutions organise various programmes

Educational institutions across the state have been organising various activities for the students and teaching staff as part of their yearly curriculum or extracurricular activity.
DBCK: Don Bosco College Kohima (DBCK) conducted its “4th Inter Collegiate Competition” on September 3 under the theme, “Kohima Youth Talk” with entrepreneur and consultant, YanpvouKikon as the special guest. In his speech, Kikon emphasized that the competition was a wonderful relevant, and an extremely important platform for the students, that concerns both the present and the future generation. He urged the students to follow whatever job they were passionate about and encouraged them to go out, explore, be bold, and courageous in making decisions in one’s life.
A total of 15 students from 15 different colleges participated in the competition. The first place was bagged by. Richungmong T of DBCK while Aroni of Model Christian College Kohima and Ricky Das of Modern College Kohima bagged the second and third places respectively. In a separate event, a workshop on “basic concepts of morphology” was organised by the department of English DBCKon September 1with assistant professor (guest faculty), department of Linguistics, Nagaland University, Kohima campus, Dr.WaikhomPinky Devi as the resource person. Devi focused her talk on various concepts of morphology and gave a layout on linguistics and scopes of linguistics. She highlighted on the types of morphology and on the various word formation and morphological description of a sentence.
PGC: Peren Government College in collaboration with National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELET) Kohima, organised an awareness programme on the topic, “Cyber Security & Emerging Technologies” on September 2 at the College Hall.
At the programme, joint director, NIELET, Daniel Meren highlighted scope of pursuing various courses from NIELET and job opportunities available after completion of the courses.
Project Engineer (Cyber), NIELET, Kheajong Y.L elaborated on various kinds of cyber threats and related crimes and suggested ways and means to stay safe from those fraught and threats. The programme was attended by students and faculty members of PGC.
CEC: A state-level Academic and Administrative Audit (AAA) team from the department of Higher Education on August 31 visited C-Edge College, Naga United Village, Dimapur.
The team was headed by additional director (retired) higher education, Dr.Watijungshi as convenor and additional director, higher education, Dr. Lily Sema and deputy director, higher education, Dr.MedongoiRhakho as members. The aim of the audit is to monitor and support the quality of the college’s academic was administrative system. During the visit, the team held series of meetings with CEC principal, Dr.ChubatolaAier, CEC IQAC members and head of departments of the college. The team also interacted with the C-Edge College Students Forum (CECSF) leaders along with some of the students, and staff separately.
FAC:Fazl Ali College Students Union (FACSU) has elected its new team of executive council and general council for the tenure 2022-23. The 14-member executive council will be led by FAC principal as the president and Tushikaba as the general secretary while 24 students will be members of the general council.
ECC: Eastern Christian College celebrated its 28th Freshers meet under the theme “Truimph: Towards Unison” on September 3 at the college Multipurpose Hall with president, Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) and former finance minister, government of Nagaland, Kewekhape Therie, as chief guest.
In a press release, ECC media cell informed that chief guest during his address, spoke on unity and emphasised on the importance of coming together as one, under the same umbrella of being a Naga and urged the audience to reflect back on the sacrifices made by the pioneers of Naga freedom movement. Earlier, principal, ECC, Dr. Keneisenuo Solo exhorted the freshers to be integrous and set good examples. Programme was organised by Eastern Christian College Students’ Union (ECCSU) and was sponsored by Nagaland Exotic Model Hunt, Sharon Crafts, Mixpick Enterprise, Infinite Solution and AS Store.
Highlights of the programme included various presentations from the students. Salesian College of Higher Education: Salesian College of Higher Education, Dimapur celebrated Literary Day on September 3 with chief editor of Heritage Publishing House, Dr. Lanusangla Tzudir as the chief guest. The event was organised by the department of English.
In a press release, college media cell informed that chief guest in her speech spoke about how as one of the most researched people or community, there is a need for a collective representation of the community to emerge from the shadows of colonial mindset and find new avenues of expressing the collective identity as a Naga.On the occasion various competitions like declamation, singing, dancing, extempore etc. were organised.
NEISSR: North East Institute of Social Sciences and Research (NEISSR), Chumukedima conducted NEISSR anthem competition, the first of its kind. The programme was organised by the Students Council for Social Change.
In a press release, NEISSR informed that principal, NEISSR, Dr. Fr. C.P Anto appreciated all the participants and encouraged the students by citing numerous talented individuals in the world of music.
He specified Nagaland as “a state with beautiful voices across the hills and rivers”. He strongly emphasised the need to promote folk song among young students.
Pezangulie Suokhrie in his key note address emphasised on the power of music in everyone’s life. He further added that the power of music lies in its ability to change and make people feel certain to connect and bring us together.
Stephen Gangmei briefed on the importance of the day to all participant clubs.
Earlier, Kossam Konyak chaired the programme and Rovikhono Pucho said the invocation prayer. The programme ended with concluding remarks from Daiguang, and vote of thanks from Tsulula K.

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