Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Rotary Club Kohima observes Intl Literacy Day


Rotary Club (RC) of Kohima observed International Literacy Day 2022, wherein, eight teachers were selected and awarded with the National Builder Award.
In her speech, club president, Prof. Rosemary Dzüvichü said it was a privilege for the club to organise the event and recognise the teachers.
She disclosed that the award from Rotary International Literacy Mission and Rotary India Literacy Mission was a part of the focus of Rotary on education, schools and teacher support programs.
Prof. Rosemary said this was the first time that Rotary Club Kohima was organising the event and informed that the award carried a citation, a Rotary National Builder Award certificate signed by leading Rotary International representatives along with cash from Rotary Club of Kohima.
She observed that government schools in Nagaland still had a long way to go in terms of infrastructure and facilities.
Prof. Rosemary observed that teachers were often neglected, yet the patience they possessed was a virtue that should be admired.
She said some of the best memories people have were of their school teachers and the schools that create the foundation of who they were.
Earlier welcome address was delivered by vice president, Pikato V Jimo while invocation was offered by Don Bosco College principal, Fr Suresh.
Vote of thanks was proposed by treasurer Dr. Ketoulelhou Vizo.
The award recipients included—Ramesh Thapa (Alderville Higher Secondary school), Pelingrangle (GHS DC Colony, Peren), Mercy konyak (Don Bosco Higher secondary school), Tiasangla Lemtor (G RIO School), Kevilhousenuo Chiesotsu (Government Middle School, Meriema), Theyievino Whiso (C. D. King Secondary school), Honoli Y Sumi (GMS Forest Colony, Kohima) and Kekhrieletuonuo (Bethel Higher Secondary School Kohima).


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