Give Back: Nagaland Governor lauds & urges social responsibility initiatives

Give Back: Nagaland Governor lauds & urges social responsibility initiatives

Kohima, May 16 (MExN): The Governor of Nagaland, PB Acharya has lauded the family of late Dr. Neilhouzhü Kire for the announcement of ‘a one-time grant’ awards for toppers in several categories in the 2018 HSLC examinations in commemoration of their late father’s 100 years of matriculation.


In a press release, the Governor also said he was happy to learn that the family has adopted Dr Neilhouzhü Kire Government Higher Secondary School and termed it a “wonderful social responsibility” which the family has undertaken.


Acharya further appreciated the idea of awarding the toppers of Tenyidie, stating that “mother tongue is the identity of an individual and we should protect and promote our languages.”


The family of Dr Neilhouzhü Kire has shown an example of ‘Achievers should be givers’, the Governor stated. “Those empowered with knowledge and are successful in their field should give back to their society, state and country,” he added.


Meanwhile, the Governor also appreciated the Faith Harvest Church, Kohima for adopting Government High School, PWD colony as part of their community social service. He also congratulated the youth of the church in organising a social work in the school premises.


Such service for the welfare of the society, he stated, must be appreciated by all and the example should be emulated by other organisations as well.


Acharya also called on the youth to give back to their society. “It should be your social responsibility to make sure that your society improves on all fields and you should play a role in strengthening it,” the Governor stated.


He hoped that Faith Harvest Church will continue the good work for the community and also appealed to the empowered organisations and persons to come forward to strengthen the community.


“Our empowered youth should have the drive for development of the society through new and innovative projects. Young people should be game changers,” the Governor stated.


He further appealed to all educated women who are homemakers to “come forward and share their empowerment in Government schools to add value and strengthen the academic system by taking up one subject like Maths, Science, English, etc as honorary guest teachers, with the permission of the department.” This is the need of the hour, the Governor said.


It was noted that the wife of the Governor, Kavita Acharya has also adopted the Officer’s Hill Government Middle School in Kohima, where she attends classes as an honorary guest teacher.