Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Education

Dimapur 24×7 organises workshop

Dimapur 24x7 organised a workshop on “Education, Mental Health & Menstrual Hygiene” on October 1 at Khriezephe Village. The workshop was led by chairperson, Dimapur 24x7, Annie Jain and was attended by Khriezephe village chairman, Jonah Kemp, self help...

Enforcement & education is key rather than airbags, say IRF experts on road safety

Enforcement and Education is the key rather than the government's focus on six airbags in the passenger vehicles, said the road safety body International Road Federation (IRF). In a crash seat belts are primary restraint devices whereas airbags are supplemental...

Nagaland: Training on waste segregation & plastic waste management

Information Education Communication (IEC) programme-cum-training on waste segregation and plastic waste management was conducted on August 3 and 5 at Aboi, Mon and Longleng respectively.In Aboi, the training was conducted by LIFE NGO under SBN 2.0 at the conference...

All Nagaland Government Primary Teachers’ Association urges DoSE to uphold School Education Service Rules

All Nagaland Government Primary Teachers’ Association (ANGPTA) has called on Department of School Education (DoSE) to uphold The Nagaland School Education Service Rules, 2017 at all cost and protect these rules from anyone trampling upon them.In a representation to...

Nagaland Board of School Education informs schools offering financial literacy courses

Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) has informed schools offering Financial Literacy courses in Class IX & X that the Financial Literacy Examination 2022 will be conducted by the schools through online mode from August 29 to 31.According to...

Education institutions increasingly being hit with ransomware: Report

Education institutions, both higher and lower education, are increasingly being hit with ransomware, with 60 per cent suffering attacks in 2021 compared to 44 per cent in 2020, a report said on Wednesday. According to cybersecurity firm Sophos, education institutions...

Dimapur Naga Students’ Union alleges anomalies in Dimapur govt schools, DEO

Dimapur Naga Students’ Union (DNSU) has expressed astonishment at the alleged unfair practices prevailing at government schools in Dimapur district and District Education Office (DEO), which it claimed to have discovered during its surprise checks at the schools across...

Call for fast-tracking of medical colleges in Nagaland

Deputy Commissioner (DC) Kohima Shanavas C emphasised fast-tracking the establishment of medical college as Nagaland was the only State in the country without a medical college so far and added that issues in the state, including non-existent medical college,...

Association of Nagaland Literature Boards lauds state govt for approving mother tongue

Association of Nagaland Literature Boards (ANLB) has lauded the state government and the department of school education for the permission to study Mother Tongue of 14 tribe languages of the state from Class IX-X in high schools as requested...

Reading session conductedat St. John College

The Reader’s Club of St. John College (SJC) conducted its first “reading session” with members of the club in the college library on June 30.In a press release, SJC media cell informed that during the session, welcome note was...