ANSTA general conference on Nov 1

Dimapur, October 16: The All Nagaland School Teachers Association (ANSTA) will hold its General Conference on November 1 and 2 at John GHSS Viswema on the theme “Professional Renewal towards Academic Excellence” with Tongpang Ozüküm, Minister NPWD as Special Guest, K T Sükhalu, Advisor School Education as Guest Speaker and Menukhol John, Principal Secretary to the Government of Nagaland Department of School Education & SCERT as Resource person respectively.
On the first day of the Conference, besides official inaugural function with all program dignitaries as mentioned above, there will be two sessions on open discussion/brain storming session.
The first session with participants from ANSTA Kohima, Mon, Mokokchung, Peren, Zunheboto and Kiphire districts shall be discussing on the topic:- ” What ails the academic performance of Govt. Schools in Nagaland? How to improve it?”. The second session will have participants from ANSTA Dimapur, Wokha, Tuensang, Phek, Longleng and Noklak Districts to deliberate upon the topic:- “Challenges of Govt. Schools Teachers in Nagaland. Suggestion for remedial measure”. The two open discussions will follow by summing up and adoption of the resolutions. There will be an evening worship service in the first day of the Conference wherein Fr. Vimedo Joseph Kezo, Associate Professor St. John College Jakhama will deliver speech on ” Work is Worship”.
The second day of the General Conference will take place on November 2 with Razouseyi Vese, Additional Director School Education as the Guest Speaker. In order to entertain the delegates, the organizers shall organize volley ball exhibition matches in the morning of the 1st day. To inculcate importance of nature and to develop habit of caring & loving towards nature among the teaching community, “A Nature Walk to Picturesque & Scenic Dzükou Valley would be organized on the second day for all nature lover delegates.
The Central ANSTA and ANSTA Kohima Unit- the hosts of the Conference has invited at least 30-50 delegates from all districts and sub divisions to attend the Conference. (Page News Service)