D. Atso Chase presenting the traditional GEI-Ü during the annual flower show held at Don Bosco Higher Secondary School Kohima on April 13. (Photo Courtesy: DBHSS)
Kohima, April 15 (MExN): The annual flower show of the University of Don Bosco Higher Secondary School (DBHSS), Kohima was held on April 13 at the School Auditorium. Participants from 26 colleges, 14 hostels and University Halls, institutions, schools and students from Delhi-NCR participated in the event.
A press note on the event stated that a diverse multitude of around 7000 footfalls including children and senior citizens enjoyed the floral displays and fête. The event was inaugurated by the Pro Vice-Chancellor and the Registrar of the University. Prizes including 72 rolling shields and cups were awarded. Popular stalls included educational exhibits on the Bio-diversity parks of Delhi; forest conservation: productivity and livelihood, as well as herbal and medicinal plants.
A new and popular display was hosted by the Horticulture unit, Department of Environment, Government of Delhi. Some noteworthy plants appreciated by visitors were tulips, exotic large and mini Dahlias, bonsais, bulbous plants, cacti and succulents.
Meanwhile, Don Bosco Higher Secondary School Kohima also organised its annual flower show on April 13. The annual extravaganza was held with the purpose of keeping children close to nature and foster in their aesthetic value which has become urgently important as the world is losing natural areas and species in cataclysmic proportion. Students from class 3 to 12 participated in the display of varieties of flowers and arrangements.
The event was inaugurated by Watila Longkumer, Proprietor Naro Ki and Partner North Bengal Floritech,Siliguri. Watila, the special guest in her message said that the students must work hard in dreams they are passionate about and should inculcate habits of consistency and hardworking.
D. Atso Chase entertained the stage the traditional GEI-Ü Presentation. The event invited local florist as judges for the winners of nine categories namely: Fresh Cutting Flower and Dry Flower Arrangements, Potted Flowers, Potted Evergreen, Cactus, Succulents, Bonsai, Orchids and Fruits Carving. Viwenuo Viviana Suohu of class 10 spoke on the Miracles of Ecology. Certificates and mementos were given away to the winners of different categories of the annual flower show.