Friday, December 2, 2022

Various programmes organised for students

Various programmes and activities for students were organised by educational institutions and others as part of their yearly curriculum and extra-curricular activities.
NEISSR: North East Institute of Social Sciences and Research (NEISSR) commemorated its 7th graduation day on October 18 at Peace Centre, Chümoukedima, wherein, 49 students of Masters in Social Work received their graduation certificate.
In his speech, chief guest, joint director (admin) and State Project Director (RUSA), Higher Education, Menuokholie Kire emphasised the importance of skill development as the need of the hour.
Later, guest of honour, St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous) Jakhama, principal, Rev Fr. Dr. George Kedhoulhou stressed on the importance of leadership in the perspective of today’s context.
ICFAI: The department of Economics, ICFAI University, conducted its “11th NJY memorial lecture” on October 15 at the University on the theme, “understanding the landscape of social entrepreneurship”.
At the programme, guest speaker, assistant professor, department of Economics, NU, Dr. Renbeni Kikon spoke on the importance of social entrepreneurship and addressed the younger generation to solve social problems through innovative business ideas with a primary motive to achieve larger social impact.
NSUM: Naga Students Union Mizoram (NSUM) observed its 24th freshers’ meet cum cultural day under the theme, “Towards identity and empowerment” on October 15 at Art & Cultural Auditorium, Betawtlang, Mizoram.
At the programme, special guest, MLA and vice chairman, human resource development board, government of Mizoram, Pu L Thangmawia shared on how the Nagaland and Mizoram shared a close and good relation as neighbouring states and both belonging to the northeast region.
He encouraged the students to know one’s priorities and purpose, which was primarily to do well in one’s studies.
He also asked the students to strive and contribute to the community and nation and serve one’s state in the best way possible.
Altogether 49 freshers were welcomed during the programme.
PGC: Alumni Association of Pfütsero Government College, Pfütsero held its alumni meet on October 15 under the them, “Reminiscing the Legacies” at the College Auditorium with the former principal and vice principal of the college, T.L. Singsit as the guest speaker.
BBS: Bethel Baptist School Eco Club on October 15 conducted a mass cleanliness drive at Old Showuba Market place. Meanwhile, the club has requested the citizens to be more conscious about the environment and carry shopping bags instead of taking more single use plastic bags and littering the environment.

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