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KLSU holds 46th session cum seminar

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Dimapur, November 23: Kohima Lotha Students Union held its 46th Annual Session cum Seminar on the theme, “Building an informed generation” at AMK Ki, Kohima, on November 20 with E Longphyo Kikon, Section Officer, Home Department, Nagaland Civil Secretariat as the theme speaker and Dr N Jhanbemo Humtsoe, Educator & Climate Reality leader and Jonas Yanthan, Senior English News Reader, AIR Kohima as the seminar speakers.


Speaking on the occasion, E Longphyo Kikon encouraged the participants to strive forward for excellence and said that one should be competent enough to face the challenges of the world, and always keep updated for a change.
He lamented that due to influence of western culture and its adjoining aspects, “our roots and sources to where we belong is slowly fading” and that it is the need of the hour to reciprocate and aim for change so as to elevate the moral ethics, boost dignity of our belongingness and give due paramount importance of our culture and practices that are passed down to us by our ancestors.
Kikon highlighted that due to advancements in science and technology the present generation is an “informed generation”. He said that there are negative permutations cause by excessive usage of social media and playing of mobile games which adversely has a negative outcome on the individual and society.
Speaking on the topic, “Trends and Management of Natural Resources in Wokha District,”, Dr N Janbemo Humtsoe urged the participants for judicious use of resources in a diplomatic manner and not squander the acquired assets unnecessarily. All things are interrelated or intertwined and therefore here’s a reason behind every creation that exists in this world, he exclaimed.
Humtsoe highlighted on the authenticity of the natural resources around us which plays a remarkable role in our lives. He also urged everyone not to wait for government for development, but execute the ambitions and goals and endeavour towards collective efforts to bring about a change in the society.
He also highlighted the various dimensions of the usages of natural resources and its management. He expressed concern on the practice of mono-cropping which has immense impact and even lead to the increase of heat which ultimately leads to global warming.


Speaking on the topic, “Conflicting Factors and its remedial measures or possible measures on Lotha border issue”, Jonas Yanthan urged everyone needs to be vigilant to safeguard the territory and not let other stakeholders subjugate us against border encroachment issues.
Highlighting on the remedial measures to tackle conflicting border factors, Yanthan said, “We need to develop a diplomatic cognitive thinking ability and most importantly to be mentally prepared to ruminate logically and clearly in any matter.”
Short speech were also delivered by Kohima Lotha Hoho and Kohima Lotha Eloe Ekhung.
(Page News Service)

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