Dimapur, February 22: ‘Samvidhan Live! The Jagrik Project’ that was launched by Can Youth on December 11 last was today formally closed here at Tourist Lodge, Dimapur. The closing ceremony of the CAD (Community Action Day) Programme was graced by C. Talimoa Chishi, President of Nagaland Law Students’ Federation.
Speaking on the occasion, Chishi made the participants present and others about the various aspects of the fundamental rights and duties and asked them to strive for excellence. He said that for their individual progress and for the progress of the society as a whole, they need a new mindset and for that to happen they need to know the constitution in spirit.
Previously, Jenpu Rongmei, Chief Functionary, Can Youth in the welcome address had mentioned that the project started with 42 adolescent students and after more than two months period, 14 succeeded in the tasks allotted to them and of these fourteen only two will now represent Nagaland in Delhi in the Republic Day.
Giving a brief introduction of the initiative, Jenpu said that the objective of the campaign is not to make the students political but to make them understand the political and social aspects and to understand their rights and duties.
He also mentioned that while this time the students were selected from Dimapur, next year students from all over Nagaland will be included.
‘Samvidhan Live! The Jagrik Project’ is a public initiative by ComMutiny- The Youth Collective that aims to help young citizens live and experience the fundamental rights and duties enshrined in the constitution through an interactive game. It was initiated in the year 2016 on November 26 celebrating the ‘Constitution Day’.
(Page News Service)