Monday, November 28, 2022

Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu celebrates golden jubilee

Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu (KPA) celebrated its 50th year of academic establishment on October 29, at KPA multipurpose hall, with chief minister Neiphiu Rio as special guest.
According to a DIPR report, the chief minister lauded the land owners who donated the land and cooperated in establishing the institution. He also appealed to the public of the area saying that they were guardians of the institute and expressed hope that they would continue looking after it as they were doing.
Rio expressed happiness to learn that the institute was accredited and suggested the people of the area and faculties to make combined effort in bringing in more students from the state and outside.
Pointing out that the institution was working on becoming a full-fledged engineering institution, Rio said the state government would extend its full cooperation to pursue the same.
As the world is becoming technical, we have to be experts in every way for which networking is essential, the chief minister stated.
Further, he urged upon the people to unite and said without unity, Nagas would not progress.
“Nagas should set aside all sort of tribalism and work towards Naga unity and Nagaism”, Rio asserted.
Earlier, the chief minister also unveiled the 50th anniversary stone.
The programme was chaired by advisor for Technical Education and Election Medo Yhokha, welcome address was delivered by director for Technical Education Er. M Nakro, short speech was delivered by Er. Picto Shohe, MLA, and a vote of thanks was proposed by KPA principal Er. Neikhrove Pfuno.
The chief minister was accompanied by minister for Higher Education and Tribal Affairs Temjen Imma Along, advisor for School Education K.T. Sukhalu and officials from the Technical Education department.
The programme was also attended by deputy commissioner (DC) Zunheboto, Sumi Hoho and Sumi Totimi Hoho.

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