Monday, December 5, 2022

Various programmes organised for students

Different programmes were organised for the students as part of their yearly curriculum or extracurricular activity.
Immanuel College: Immanuel College, debate club and department of English jointly organised a state level inter college debate competition on the topic, “Should Abortion Be Legalised?” and “Property Rights for Women in the Context of Nagaland” on November 1 the College Auditorium with BJP state vice president, Basu Damani as the special guest. A total 24 students, representing various colleges in and around Dimapur, debated on the concerned prevalence issues. In the final round, Martha Patton from Unity College was adjudged as the best debater and Kevin from Livingstone Foundation International College as the next best debater. The penal of judges were advocate, Gauhati High Court, (Kohima Bench) District& Session Court, Dimapur Nagaland, TsaliSangtam; vice principal, Immanuel College, Dr. T. Imchanochetla Changkija; assistant professor, department of commerce, Dimapur Government College, Mezhulhoulie Angami and head, department of English, Livingstone Foundation International College, Dimapur, Jemsungba Walling.
SMHSS: The 7th national puppet festival workshop and seminar supported by the ministry of culture government of India in collaboration with St. Mary’s Higher Secondary School, Dimapur was organised by Dhumketu Puppet Theatre on November 1 at SMHSS Dimapur. During the show, the students were enthralled by puppetry and ventriloquism by director of Dhumketu Puppet Theatre, Dilip Mondal.
SJU: St. Joseph University Chümoukedima, department of sociology organised a career guidance programme on the theme, “The three Ps of job-searching strategy” on October 31 with the founder and managing director of “The Mentor Consultancy”, Rajesh Tanti as the resource person. Speaking on the three Ps of marketing i.e., positioning, packaging and promotion, Tanti emphasized on making an identity for self, grooming and presenting the best to the world and promoting self.
NU Lumami: A “Vigilance Awareness Week 2022” is being observed by the Nagaland University (NU) Lumami under the theme, “Corruption free India for a developed Nation” from October 31 to November 6. The awareness week commenced with “pledge taking” and “sensitization programme” on October 31 with dean, School of Social Sciences, professor M.K. Sinha as chief guest and Dr.Likhase Sangtam (department of political science) as resource person. The integrity pledge for citizens and integrity pledge for organizations was led by director RCD, Professor Temjensosang.
At the programme, resource person, Dr.Likhase Sangtam asserted that as citizens and stakeholders it was the duty of each individual to fight against corruption. He dwelt on the role of the central vigilance commission as the apex integrity institution in India and its multi-pronged approach in the fight against corruption.
The chief guest explained that the concept of vigilance could be described properly by the term “triple E” which stood for “everyone’s everyday business in everyday sphere of life”.
He said that vigilance was also related to goals, actions and results, in the sense that setting of pure value-based valid goals would lead to pure actions and pure results.
He added that it needs to be value based and valid, impersonal, genuine, impartial, legitimate and within the law of the land, lead to fixing of accountability, negate nepotism and nexus.
During the programme “Rashtriya Ekta Diwas Pledges” were also read – in Hindi by Professor M.K. Sinha and in English by Professor Wangshimenla Jamir, head of department, department of geography.
NAGC: Nagaland Adolescent Girls Club (NAGC) conducted a monthly club meeting on “Needs and Wants” on November 2 at Thinuovicha Memorial Higher Secondary School, wherein a brief introduction on the NAGC was given by supervisor AGC, NSSWB, Juliana Medom. She said the club aims to instil a sense of pride and self-worth in adolescent’s girls, help them to respect themselves and others, help them to fight against abuse, violence and exploitation and also odder support and guidance. She also explained on the importance of needs and wants. The other resource persons were programme assistant NAGC, ManleeManphuro and programme assistant NAGC, Khriezotuolie Chase.
SJS: Saint John’s School, Diphupar’B’ organised “cultural day cum talent show” on October 31 and November 1 at the School premises. The highlights included cultural show, songs, Bible recitation, speech, essay writing, poster making, dance, calligraphy writing, debate competition, Mr and Miss LKG and UKG and other activities.

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