Dimapur, June 19: In a rare privilege of international recognition, Livingstone Foundation International (LFI), Dimapur, Nagaland was awarded with the prestigious Global League Institutions (GLI) Certification 2019-20 at the Terrace Pavilion, House of Commons in London, United Kingdom (UK) on June 17. The Award was presented to the Chairman of LFI, Dr. Andrew Ahoto and Director Ani Yepthomi by Baroness Sandip Verma, Chair of UN Women National Committee, United Kingdom.
The 5th GLI Certification Ceremony was organized and hosted by Shekhar Bhattacharjee, CEO, GPTS to spotlight India’s vast potential as a hub of learning and development at the world stage, global education research and auditing firm to schools and universities with an objective to showcase India’s potential as a global-leader in education.
Other eminent guests during the two-day event included Lord Swaraj Paul and Alpesh Patel from the Department of International Trade, London, who chaired the ceremony. The event also included a Masterclass on ‘Great Education Practices’ which was held at the Kings College, Waterloo Campus, London.
The prestigious certificate was awarded through extensive survey by finding out the best qualities and happiness rating of the school while also taking into account the overall core positive values of the school including its holistic and pragmatic approach towards the mentors, students and parents/guardians.
Livingstone Foundation International is one of the very few schools from India and the only school in Nagaland to be honoured with the GLI Certification.
(Page News Service)