Dimapur, June 30: ‘Ketsangriju: An Indigenous Skills Training Centre’ was inaugurated at Fazl Ali College, Mokokchung on June 30. The Morung was donated by Chuchuyimpang Village Council, 2021.
A FAC release said the building Ketsangriju will be utilized by the college as a Centre for imparting indigenous skills and vocational courses to the students of Fazl Ali College.
A solid grounding on one’s culture and tradition is vital to the development of an individual’s character and personality. Students must be clear about their roots and identity before they step out to a world of multiple possibilities, the college said.
The symbolic Arju (Morung) donated by Chuchuyimpang Riongsanger Putu Tatar Menden will be a stepping stone towards the academic roadmap of the college, it said.
Toshisangla, IQAC FAC member (Asstt. Prof. Ao Dept) chaired the programme, while Helen Jamir, Principal, FAC delivered the inaugural key note address.
Chairman, Chuchuyimpang Village Council said the village is proud to donate the Morung/building to the oldest college in Nagaland. The project to build the Morung was decided on March 5, 2021 by the village council along with the college authority. He envisioned that the true purpose of Ketsangriju will benefit thousands of learners and realize positive results in the near future.
The building project was entrusted to 3 council member and the total cost of the building was Rs 5,39,790. The dedictatory prayer was given by Rev. W. Supong Kichutzar, Pastor, Tzusapang Baptist Church.
(Page News Service)