Monday, January 30, 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.
CHS: Four-day “10th Cultural Day” celebration of Christian High School Longleng under the theme, “manifest cultural through knowledge” begun on September 7 at the School Hall. At the programme, Phom Students Conference (PSC) president, N. Dape Phom encouraged the students to focus on their dreams and passion. He also inaugurated the Fest & Published Handwritten Magazine “Acquire”. Highlights of the programme included choreography presentation, Melody by CHS, Dance by kids of CHS, cultural display and exhibition of Science and Handicrafts.
KVR: Kendriya Vidyalaya Rangapahar Cantt organised “investiture ceremony” for the session 2022-23 on September 7 at the School premises. During the ceremony, principal M. K. Tewari reminded the students about their role and responsibilities and motivated them to perform the duties. Students’ council, house prefects and class monitors were honoured with their respective badges.
CSK: As part of the life skill subject, Charity School Kohima conducted an awareness programme on “ban on single use plastic” on September 7, wherein teachers with the students distributed free paper bags to the shops and vendors.
MC: Students of Modern College Kohima embarked on a field trip to Pfutsero on September 6. The team comprising of 47 BA 5th Semester students with three teaching faculty visited popular landmarks in and around town. The field trip was organized in partial fulfillment of the NU prescribed undergraduate syllabus for environmental studies.
SJU: St. Joseph University department of social work organized a programme on “World Suicide Prevention Day” on September 8 under the theme, “Creating Hope through Action” with Totivili K, clinical psychologist from Faith Hospital, Dimapur as the speaker for the event. At the programme, Totivili spoke on co-mobility and epidemiology of suicide. A poster competition based on the theme and group discussion on the topic of prevalence of suicide in the society and its preventive measure and roles and intervention of social worker were other highlights of the programme.
Earlier, in separate events, SJU zoology department organised an alumni meet on September 7 at the board room, wherein the gathering was exhorted and encouraged by dean of administration, Sister Dr. I. Arockia Mary and dean of academics, Dr.Kinitoli H Yeptho. SJU department of history also observed “International Day of Charity” on September 6 by visiting El. Shaddai Children Home, Seitheke Basa located at 7th Mile, Chumoukedima. The team interacted with the children and had fun activities with them.
SJC (A) Jakhama: St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous), Jakhama and Kohima unit of Indian Association of Physiotherapist (IAP)in observance of “World Physiotherapy Day” organised a physiotherapy awareness campaign cum health check-up under the theme, “Osteoarthritis, a global programme” on September 8 at college premises. At the programme, Dr.Kevisesinuo (PT) highlighted on basics of ergonomics and how it could benefit the productivity and performance in the classroom.
DBHSS: An orientation program based on the “Imperial Coaching Centre “ was held on September 9 at Don Bosco Higher Secondary School, Kohima. At the programme, introduction of the coaching centre was given by Anato Sema and a speech was delivered by DBHSS principal, Fr. James, who described the programme as a “red letter day” for the school.
FAC: A three-day “4th Edition of September Mélange” was organised by the Creative Arts Committee of Fazl Ali College which culminated on September 8 with the College Foundation Day. The committee said the event was one of the biggest events of the college celebrating the skills, talents and creativity of the students, also providing a platform for exposure. Special guest of the inaugural programme, SDO (Civil) Mokokchung, Sentilong Ozukum, encouraged the students to be creative in different areas and to feel alive in their creativity. The 63rd Foundation Day of the college was celebrated on the third day with DC Mokokchung, Shashank Pratap Singh as the special guest. In his speech, Singh congratulated the college on achieving great heights and applauded the recipients of different meritorious awards encouraging them to continue working hard.
IC: Immanuel College held its “28thannual social cum freshers’ day” on September 9 at the College premises under the theme, “Inherited Will, The Destiny of the Age” with Deputy Commissioner of Police, Chumukedima, Munesh as the special guest. In her speech, Munesh encouraged the students to imbibe with positive attitude and also exhorted the gatherer to learn from one’s mistake and focus on what they are good at.
CHSS: Newly formed Peace Club members of Cornerstone Higher Secondary School, Zunheboto organised an election for the Peace Club leaders on September 9. Altogether more than 30 children participated in leader selection. At the programme, the Peace Club members along with the newly elected leaders took a pledge.

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