Saturday, December 10, 2022

Various programmes held at educational institutions

Deputy Commissioner (DC) Tuensang, Kumar Ramnikant on Friday flagged off the second phase of Entrepreneurship Development Centre (EDC) at Sao Chang College, Tuensang.
Speaking on the occasion, Kumar Ramnikant encouraged the students to come forward and seize the opportunity and learn about business concept through the entrepreneurship development programme and encourage them to be creative.
V. Vikheto Yeptho from the Department of Industries & Commerce mentioned that EDCs would create a start-up ecosystem for aspiring entrepreneurs. He encouraged the gathering to know more about various schemes of government and their support for entrepreneurs such as PMEGP & PMFME.
Dorethy Chang, proprietor of Benlin Bakery, Tuensang and Atsung Sangtam, head co-ordinator for entrepreneurship development centre, also spoke at the programme.
It may be noted that EDC in colleges is an initiative of Startup Nagaland, implemented by EduCentre School of Business and supported by Investment and Development Authority of Nagaland (IDAN).
Wokha: One day seminar on “Cultural Renaissance” was organised by Team Metamorphosis, a non-governmental organization based at Wokha, on November 3 at WDVCCA & WDVDBA Multipurpose Hall.
A press release by Team Metamorphosis informed that the seminar was attended by students of Mt Tiyi College, Bailey Baptist College, Government Higher Secondary School, Libemo Memorial Higher Secondary School, Isaiah Ability Higher Secondary School and Don Bosco Higher Secondary School Wokha.
During the seminar, resource person, Thungjamo Odyuo spoke on the topic, “Yisanlan” (Lotha dialect- importance of mother tongue) and emphasized on the merits of knowing one’s own dialect.
Resource person, R. Zuchopeni Ezong spoke on the topic, “Oyokosen” (ornaments) and explained in detail about the different type of various ethnic ornaments and its origins.
Resource persons, Thungbeni Ngullie highlighted the gathering on different types of Lotha attires for both male and female while C Zumomo Tsanglao spoke on the topic “Yantsso Motsu” (establishment of a New Village) and explained how the ancestors conduct different rituals when a new village was established.

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