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Education must for children: Kavita Acharya

Wednesday, 13 September 2017 12:06
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Dimapur, September 12: Wife of Nagaland Governor, Kavita Acharya has stated that education is a must and that parents must send their children to schools. She was addressing a workshop cum awareness programme on women & child with special focus on Nepali community on September 9 at Sahitya Sabha Hall, Kohima.

Kavita encouraged parents to spend time together with their children and get to know their friends and activities in school. "Treat your child as a friend and communicate often and pray together," she stated.

A release issued by the PRO to Governor said Kavita called on the gathered to educating the girl child and to respect women. She said that a society /community was a brand name of trust and was happy to see the unity amongst the Nepali community in the State capital.

Guest of honour, Runjhu Kumar, wife of Chief Secretary of Nagaland, in her speech said that a child was a gift from God. She called on all to always trust the capacity of their children and to encourage them as they grow up. She also emphasised on the importance of sharing the positives of life with their children.

Resource persons of the one day workshop were Kethosilie, Childline, 1098, Kohima, Vikuo, One Stop Centre, Kohima, Kenei Whuorie, Childline, 1098, Kohima and Sanjib Rana, Advocate, Guwahati High Court, Nagaland Bench. The workshop was organised by the North Eastern Region Service Nepali Association, Kohima. 

(Page News Service) 


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