Thursday, March 23, 2023

Myriad Fest underway at Immanuel College

Staff Reporter

A two-day 1st Myriad Fest organised by Immanuel College, began on Wednesday under the theme “Carpe Diem” with IRS Additional Commissioner, Central Goods and Services Tax, Dimapur Commissionerate, Sashi Wapang Lanu as the guest speaker.
Encouraging the students, Lanu reminded that associating and participating in all activities during college days are one of the most important aspects of college life.
Stressing on the theme, Lanu opined that one way to see capabilities and potential in an individual is to look beyond being good at studies. He recalled the time during the training, when he first joined IRS academy after successfully being selected in the UPSC civil service exams where he found that his interest in music and playing guitar right from high school and college days were the greatest assets to take him forward, which helped him opened many doors and opportunities.
He encouraged the students to participate in any college events and compete with other institutions in the filed of sports, debates, quiz competition, drama and arts which will help them with more exposure and take the passion to next level. He also added that participating in a competition enriches the students and expressed his excitement at the ongoing event and hoped that it will be an inter college fest from next year.
During the two-day fest, there will be various activities including, photography competition, poetry slam, voice of the Myriad, Mr & Miss Myriad, dance competition, art competition, cosplay, reel making, spelling bee and mobile gaming.
Earlier, the programme was chaired by, asst. professor, Dept. of History, Imjungla Imchen, welcomeaddress by principal, Immanuel College Th. Sharatchandra Singh, invocation by asst. professor, Dept. of Education, Temjen Longkumer and special number by Kewimelin.

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