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HETS launched in Dimapur

HETS

Dimapur, February 4: An evolving institution that constantly assesses and refines systems and processes that brings the interface of education and technology, Harvest Educational Transformation Solutions (HETS), was launched in Dimapur today in the presence of Dr Hari Krishna Maram, Chairman, Vision Digital India.


Head-Collaboration and Expansion, HETS. Metseibino Chusi, in her welcome speech acknowledged all the attendees said that education is the soul of society as it passes from generation to another.
Kerielhouvi Angami gave the introduction of HETS and said HETS is an evolving institution, which was developed in 2017. HETS is a globally recognized social enterprise providing essential knowledge, assessments, counselling programmes, workplace skills and customized solutions to any individual of Educational Institutions.
The members of HETS gave presentations where they talked about the innovative concepts, objectives, values, ownership about HETS.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Hari Krishna Maram said that it’s his esteemed privilege to come as a special guest on the launching of HETS program. He said that it was in his bucket list to visit and meet the principals from Nagaland. He said that it is a great initiative to launch this program and will become one of the most successful developing institutions as it is led by a wonderful team.
He further added that the current pandemic has given us to connect virtually to those who were not able to come and be present in person and also who came in person for the program.
He said that technology has helped us a lot during this time including education for all students and scholars who took online classes to get their education.
Chairman of HETS, Dr. Aruna Wadkar attended the program virtually. She congratulated the
HETS Naga team for successfully launching the program. As a Founder and Director of HETS,
she talked about the importance of education and the motive to impart education beyond books.
(Page News Service)

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