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Extracurricular activities organised for students
As part of the academic and extracurricular activities, educational institutions across the state organised various programmes for the students and teaching faculty.MHSS: One day faculty programme on the topic, “Mentoring and counselling” was organised by Modern Higher Secondary School...
Nagaland: Educational institutions organise various activities across state
Educational institutions across the state have been organising various activities for the students and teaching staff as part of their yearly curriculum / extracurricular activity.Immanuel College: Immanuel College (IC) celebrated its graduation day on August 6 at the college...
Nagaland: Amahator students, GBs threatenstir over ‘unequal fund distribution’
Amahator Range Students’ Union (ARSU) and Amahator Area GBs Union (AAGBU) have threatened to launch democratic form of agitation over the “unequal fund distribution” under Kiphire aspirational district projects.In a joint statement, ARSU president Selikyu T Sangtam and general...
Nagaland Educational institutions organise various activities
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.RRC, MCTE: Red Ribbon Club (RRC) of Mokokchung College of Teacher Education (MCTE) Yimyu conducted...
Aghünaqa Area Students’ Union expresses dismay over inadequate facilities
Aghünaqa Area Students’ Union (AASU) conducted educational tour from June 22 to 27.In a press release issued by president, AASU, Ikato Khulu, and general secretary, Angukato Awomi, it stated that the team visited all 37 villages under Aghünaqa block...
Kohima Law College conducts moot court
Kohima Law College (KLC) conducted moot court on July 17 with three several moot problems involving both criminal and civil case and constitutional issues for the LLB final year students.In a press release, KLC informed that teacher-in-charge of B.C.I...
Orientation programme on Choice Based Credit System held at Baptist College
Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) board in collaboration with IQAC of Baptist College, Kohima organised an orientation programme on Choice Based Credit System for undergraduate course at Baptist College, Kohima on June 17 for teachers of the college.During the...
District Institute for Education and Training (DIET) relocation: CWS announces 3rd phase stir from today; Tuensang bandh on June 21
Chang Wedoshi Setshang (CWS) or Chang Students’ Conference has announced that it would continue with the indefinite agitation over relocation of District Institute for Education and Training (DIET) in Tuensang district.Informing this in a press release, Chang Wedoshi Setshang...
DC Chümou pitches for developing reading habit
Underlying the importance of developing a lifetime reading habit, Deputy Commissioner (DC) Chümoukedima, Abhinav Shivam encouraged students to cultivate reading habit and prioritise reading.According to DIPR report, the DC was speaking as a resource person at a felicitation cum...
Emlo-To Students’ Union convenes meeting
Emlo-To Students’ Union (ESU) has convened a meeting on June 18, 3 pm, at Sub-Banker, Purana Bazar, Dimapur.ESU president, Tokavi Kiba has informed all ESU executives, board of trustee members and advisors to attend the meeting.