Dimapur, May 4: As part of continuing fellowship exchange programme to promote emotional integration between Nagaland with rest of the country, a group of 43 qualified teachers from Upnagar Shikshan Mandal (USM), Juhu, Mumbai have undertaken an official tour to Northeast. They are on a mission to promote cultural, social and educational motivation by Indian National Fellowship Council (INFC), an NGO based in Mumbai on the advice of the Governor of Nagaland PB Acharya.
A cultural exchange programme sponsored by NEZCC was organized on May 2 at Raj Bhavan in honour of the visiting guest. Paing Nambu and Daminda dance of Aurnachal Pradesh, Sattriya dance of Assam, Lai Haraoba and Pong Cholom of Manipur and Sulimi Aphilo Kuwo and Sumi Totimi Aye Kuzgule of Nagaland were performed by the artists. The visiting teachers also presented a famous patriotic song which attracted the attention of audience.
Governor Acharya appreciated the vision of USM and encouraged them to initiate more such tours in future. USM is proposed to enter into a MoU with Government schools in the State for which the details are being worked out.
(Page News Service)