Essay writing competition- Celebrating India’s 75 years of Independence


Institutions conduct activities under ‘Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav’

Nagaland Post| Publish Date: 3/19/2021 1:22:07 PM IST

As a part of a year-long celebration of the 75th year of Indian Independence “Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav”, various activities were organised by educational institutions.

PGC: Phek Government College (PGC) in collaboration with Field Outreach Bureau, Kohima Bureau of Outreach and Communication Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, government of India organised an essay competition on the theme, “celebration of India’s 75th years of independence: achievement and challenges” on March 19.

A press release by PGC stated that the programme was chaired by principal of the college, Dr. Vizovol Mekro and assistant professor, department of political science, Ronald Difoe (HoD).

Cash prizes were handed over by principal to the winners of essay competition, where first prize went to Venulu Tetseo (BA 2nd semester), second prize went to Veshenielu Tetseo (BA 2nd semester) and consolation prizes to Hutuzo Lohe (BA 6th semester) and Sonali Thakur (BSc 6th semester)

LFHSS: The last leg of neighbourhood youth parliament in celebration of 75 years of India’s independence was organised by Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan (NYKS), Kohima in collaboration with Little Flower Higher Secondary School (LFHSS), Kohima on March 18.

The occasion featured a seminar where department of history, assistant teacher Narotola Imchen and NYKS Kohima, director in-charge John Makhabo were part of the panellists.

In the session, Narotola Imchen talked on the topic, “Indian freedom struggle: life, journey, philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi and Subhash Chandra Bose” while John Makhabo spoke on the topic, “role of youth in nation building.”

Teachers along with 104 students participated in the session.

It may be mentioned that the celebration of Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav commenced on March 12, 2021 with a march by over 150 volunteers from National Service Scheme (NSS) and Nehru Yuva Kendra (NYK).

SMCHSS: St. Mary’s Cathedral Higher Secondary School (SMCHSS), Kohima in collaboration with Nehru Yuva Kendra, Kohima organised neighborhood youth parliament on March 16.

A press release by the school stated that the introduction and welcome note was delivered by principal, SMCHSS, Rev. Fr. Jaison CJ, who stressed on the growth of India in the last seventy-five years in the term “digital India” highlighting changes in the system of education through digital platforms.

NYKS, Kohima, director in charge John Makhabo delivered a presentation on “role of youth in nation building”. He spoke on Rain Water Harvesting, MUDRA scheme, swachh bharat and make in India campaign.

The second session was conducted by department of history, Roseline Komuha on the theme “Indian freedom struggle- life, journey, philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi and Subhash Chandra Bose”. Earlier, the Programme was chaired by Temjensangla Jamir from department of English. The programme was attended by the higher secondary students and the faculty members.

[Source: Nagaland Post]