Monday, September 27, 2021

IT Workshop in 3 districts of Nagaland

Dimapur, April 22: The Indian National Fellowship Centre (INFC), a Mumbai based NGO has worked out a School Linkage Programme – Computer Workshop – between Nagaland and Mumbai and such three Teachers from Upnagar Shikshan Mandal (USM), a reputed educational society will be conducting IT Workshop in three Districts of Nagaland – Kohima, Dimapur and Wokha – from April 23 to May 9, sponsored by Saraswat Cooperative bank, Mumbai.
In this connection, Governor had a meeting with the Director, School Education, Wonthungo Tsopoe and the Assistant Director, Nellayappan at Raj Bhavan and the Department is making all efforts for smooth conduct of the Training.
The formal launching of the training will be held at Dr. N.Kire Government H.S. School, Kohima on April 23 at 10.30 am by K T Sukhalu, Adviser, School Education. Governor P B Acharya will grace the function.
The visiting three teachers Nidhi Poddar, Trupti Jadhav and Snehal Sambre from USM Mumbai will come with their laptops and audio-visual equipment. The IT Teachers of different schools will join at one School for training.
On the final day of the training, Hemant Raathi, representative of Saraswat Cooperative Bank, Mumbai (Sponsor) will grace the concluding function at Raj Bhavan on May 8 at 5 p.m.
The following are the schedule and Training Centres :
1) 23-04-19 to 26-04-2019 : At Dr. Neilhouzhu Kire GHSS, Kohima + 15 other schools. (Contact No.9612187199)
2) 28-04-19 to 01-05-2019 : At Pranabanand Vidyapith School, Dimapur + 15 other Schools (Contact No.9402832637)
3) 03-05-19 to 06-05-2019 : At Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, Doyang + 15 other schools. (Contact No.8811870609)
Any teacher, who wants to participate in the training, besides the abovementioned Schools can avail this opportunity by informing the Training Centres attending training in their nearby Training Centres of Kohima, Wokha and Dimapur or Raj Bhavan No. 0370-2243518. The to and fro bus journey expenses and stay at Training Centres will be taken care.
(Page News Service)