Nagaland: News in picture

The weeklong Training on Retail and Hospitality jointly organized by Team Metamorphosis in collaboration with the YouthNet at the Team Metamorphosis Skill centre Wokha concluded on September 8. Resource persons Supeno Kikon and Yaimi, both master trainers from YouthNet Nagaland imparted the training. Chipenthung N, Life Skills Trainer, Team Metamorphosis also spoke during the programme. Altogether 25 youth attended the training. With the focus in impartation of skills the Team Metamorphosis in collaboration with the King’s Sound will be conducting ‘hands on’ training on live Sound System management with special emphasis to Churches from September 11 to 13.


Yettrang Academy Ahthibung Nagaland sponsored by KBAN and Jesus Missions South Korea, celebrated its 2nd Teachers Day, with Rev.J Singson blessing the teachers and the Management Board. The function was led by the Administrator, Palal Misao, encouragement speech was delivered by Thangneh Chongloi, senior member of PTA. The children presented songs and dances, while the Chairman of Management Board, Chungminthang Singson highlighted the significance of Teacher’s Day and also congratulated the teachers.


The department of Sociology in collaboration with the IQAC, Sakus Mission College, organized an Inter – Departmental Paper Presentation competition for the Honours students. Altogether five participants took part in the competition. The panel of judges declared Stella Sebu, BA 5th Sem, Department of Education as the winner and Nikhuli G Zhimo, BA 5th Sem, department of Pol Science as the runners-up. The cash prize was sponsored by the chairman of the college.


Kühücüyi D. Vadeo, Block Development Officer, RD Block Phek and others during the inauguration of Women VDB Building at Phek village on September 6. Phek Village Baptist Church pastor Nüchicho Venuh invoked God’s blessing. The function was led by Women VDB chairperson Zachinülü Keyho.


Delhi Public School Dimapur in collaboration with the Government of Nagaland organized a sensitization programme on Measles and Rubella Vaccination on September 8. Dr. Antoly Suu, Deputy Chief Medical Officer was the resource person who briefed the gathering about the nature of the virus, the mortality and morbidity rate related with the disease and stressed on the need for every child from 9 months – 15 years to be compulsorily vaccinated/re-vaccinated. It was followed by an interactive session where queries and doubts raised by the participants were also addressed.


The Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party and HODs of different Department of Mokokchung District held a coordination meeting on September 6 at Power House Guest House at Aolijen.


Serendipity Wellness Clinic conducted a free physiotherapy health check up celebrating World physical therapy under the theme ‘we will help you move better and pain free’ on September 8 at AMK building Kohima. Consultations and free treatments were given for back and neck pain, spondylitis, arthritis, postural and work related aches, post stroke assessment with life style modification.


The students of Bethesda Higher Secondary School, Walford, Dimapur celebrated 24th Teachers’ Day at Bethesda Hr. Sec. School campus with Rev. Moses Murry, Superintendent, AGEI as the chief guest. While Teachers’ Day was celebrated on September 4 for Nursery to Class-6, main function for students of classes 7 to 12 was organised September 5.


Dignitaries of Catholic Association of Nagaland (CAN), Nagaland Catholic Women Association (NCWA) and delegations of Nagaland Catholic Youth Movement (NCYM) had an interactive session in Good Shepherd Seminary on qualitative priesthood the Church expects today. Dr Simon Dzϋvichü and Angela Vilanuo exhorted the seminarians to be fervent missionaries. Rev Fr Dr Sunny Joseph, the Rector welcomed the delegates during the Holy Eucharist.


The Youth Development (YD) forum of North East Institute of Social Sciences and Research (NEISSR) organized its 2nd cleanliness drive at Model Colony Dimapur on September 8. A short awareness program on the importance of cleanliness and its impact in the society was also organized thereafter.


Yingli College observed its 26th Foundation Day cum Literary & Cultural Event on September 8. The function was graced by General Secretary, Association of Phom Graduates & Officers (APGO) Y. Tauhong Phom. He exhorted the students to fulfill the dream of the college by bringing better academic result and also by excelling in life, a release from Phenmei B Phom, Assistant Professor stated. Principal K Hokheto Sumi delivered the key note address. A team of Personal Assistants to Minister, Higher & Technical Education also attended the college function.