Friday, December 9, 2022

Various programmes organised for students, teachers

Various programmes and activities for students and teachers were organised by educational institutions and others as part of their yearly curriculum and extra-curricular activities.
MC:Career guidance for students and faculty interaction programme was organised by the training and placement cell of Modern College on October 21 at the College Auditorium with department of political science, Dimapur Government College, associate professor A. Moamongla Aier as the guest speaker.
DBCK: The NSS units of all the semesters including NCC Cadets of Don Bosco College Kohima on October 21 took an initiative of bringing the waste from their homes and localities for the NSS Clean India Campaign
NAGC: Nagaland Adolescent Girls Club under the Nagaland State Social Welfare Board of Bayavü Higher Secondary School held its monthly club meeting on October 21 with Manlee Manpuhro and Khriezotuo Lie Chase, programme assistant, as the resource persons.
NU, SASRD: Nagaland University (NU) School of Agricultural Sciences and Rural Development (SASRD) celebrated its 45th Foundation Day on October 20, wherein professor Alemla Ao exhorted the gathering and professor MB Sharma delivered the foundation day lecture and also spoke on “natural farming”.
Alumni Awards were also presented to the toppers of the B.Sc (Hons) Agri. batches (2021-2022) by president of AASASRD(Alumni Association SASRD), Prof L Tongpang Longkumer.
OC:Three-day “Skill Fest ‘22” organised by Oriental College culminated with Chief Operating Officer (COO) Nagaland State Rural Livelihood Mission (NSRLM), MenuoneituoChadias the guest of honour.
PGC: Anti-Tobacco and Narcotics Cell (ATNC) Peren Government College organised an awareness program under the theme, “The tobacco and the youth” on October 20 at the College Hall with social worker, District Tobacco Control Cell, Peren, Hoineichin Singson as the resource person.
PWCD:Under the initiative of the National Service Scheme (NSS) Cell of Pranabananda Women’s College, Dimapur, one day cleanliness drive under the theme, “Swachta hi Seva” was organised on October 22 at the College Campus and in and around Lhomithi Colony.
MITE: Modern Institute of Teacher Education, Kohima organised an outreach activity for creating awareness on health and hygiene to ChedemaVillage community on October 22.
SCHE: To commemoration 100 years of the Don Bosco’s Society presence in India 1922 – 2022, Salesian College of Higher Education Dimapur organised Dimapur-Chumukedima inter-collegiate youth talk and quiz competition on October 21. The programme was held with VC of St. Joseph University, Dimapur, Professor D. Gnanadurai as special guest and attended by ten colleges from the two districts. In a separate event, regional director, NSS Guwahati, Dipak Kumar on October 22 held an interaction with the NSS unit of SCHE.
CVSAH: Week-long wildlife celebration programme of College of Veterinary Sciences & Animal Husbandry Jalukie, Peren concluded on October 21. Various activities including essay competition were conducted.
SJS: Students of St. John’s School, Diphupar’B’ on October 15held their first “cooking without fire” inter house competition to exhibit their culinary skills.
ICFAI: ICFAI University Nagaland celebrated its freshers’ day on October 21 with Sovima Village Council (SVC) chairman, Sebastian Zumvu. Mr. and Miss Fresher of ICFAI University Nagaland 2022 was the highlight of the programme.
MTC: Mount Tiyi College, NSS unit organised a cleanliness drive in NSS Adopted Village Koioon October 22 as part of Clean India Campaign.
C-Edge: One day national seminar on the “prospects and challenges of inclusive growth in north east region with special focus on agripreneurship” sponsored by NABARD was organised by the department of economics and department of management studies, C-Edge College in collaboration with the Department of Economics, Unity College, Dimapur on October 21.Sri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi, associate professor, Dr. S. Prakash was the keynote speaker. The resource persons for the technical sessions were assistant professor, department of Management Studies, Nagaland University, Dr.Ditalak Mpanme, head of department of Commerce, Assam University, Diphu Campus, Dr.Subit Dutta and Dr. S. Prakash.
NPC: Norman Putsure College conducted skill development class on horticulture and floriculture for the students on October 22 at Sovima Campus.
SJC (Autonomous): In view of the ensuing St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous) Jakhama alumni association silver jubilee celebration, SJC principal, Dr. Fr. George Keduolhou Angami held a joint meeting of college management and ex-officials of alumni on October 21 at Conference Hall of the college, wherein various agendas such as alumni meet-cum-alumni silver jubilee celebration, AQAR, etc. were discussed.

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