Dimapur, September 5: Along with the rest of the country, Teachers’ Day was celebrated in all the educational institutions of Dimapur on Wednesday. The district level celebration programme was held in the premise of Christian Hr. Sec. School with ADC Dimapur Albert Ezung as special guest.
Speaking on the occasion, Ezung said that unlike thirty years ago, the teaching profession has become rather complex as due to the influx of technology, information has become readily available for the students and thus teaching is no longer a one way communication.
He said that the teachers should keep themselves updated and one of the primary concerns of the teachers should be to organize the information that the students already have and make them relevant.
Asking teachers to see the profession as their calling, he said teachers should endeavor to bring out the genius that every child has and make them responsible citizens of the society.
Previously, speaking on the significance of the day, principal of GHSS, Singrijan P. Aienla Longkumer had said that teachers need to realize the power they have to influence the society through children comparing teachers with doctors.
She asked them to introspect where they stand and develop a sense of accountability to be the agents of change.
During the celebration, 9 private school teachers and 13 government school teachers from Dimapur were also felicitated. Students also put up many colourful performances to mark the occasion.
Tuensang: Tuensang District celebrated Teachers’ Day today at GHSS Auditorium, Tuensang with Rev. Achu Chang ES, CBLT as resource person.
Speaking on the occasion, he congratulated the District Teachers Awardees for their commitment to students.
Teachers should be a visionary to change the perspective of societies and teachers must be updated, teachers must lead the students in such a way that they must become someone in life, he said.
Earlier welcome address was delivered by SDEO Tuensang, Sr. Dominic; tribute to teacher by Trinity Academic School; felicitation of teachers from St. John School Tuensang; speech on behalf of the awardees by Headmaster, Loyem Memorial School, Debashish Deb; special presentation from Wela Foundation School and vote of thanks was said by AEO Tuensang, Chubasashi.
Zunheboto: Zunheboto district celebrated 57th Teachers Day at Town Hall Zunheboto with ADC Zunheboto, Vekhoyi Chakhesang.
In the programme altogether 15 teachers were awarded District Teachers’ Award. The programme was chaired by Chichano Ngullie, VP GHSS Zunheboto; welcome address was given by S. Khutovi Sema, Sr SDEO Zunheboto; speech on behalf of students by Cornerstone Higher Secondary School and Sovishe Memorial GHS Zunheboto; ode to teachers by GHSS Zunheboto; short speech by Yevito Sema, Principal DIET Zunheboto; special prayer for teachers by Rev. Dr. S. Yevito Sumi, Sr Pastor SBCZ; and vote of thanks was delivered by Emilo Patton, Principal GHSS Zunheboto.
Mokokchung: Commemorating the 57th Teachers Day 2018, Ao Students Conference (AKM) organized a programme today at Town Hall, Mokokchung.
Minister PWD, Nagaland, Tongpang Ozukum speaking on the occasion thanked the teachers for their impeccable contribution and making positive impact in the lives of young minds. He said students are the leaders of tomorrow, therefore, the responsibility of the teachers to mould and shape the young minds into responsible citizens is not an easy job. However, people who have accepted the challenges and sacrifice to shoulder the burden truly deserved to be honoured and respected, the Minister said.
The Minister urged all teachers to invest their knowledge and wisdom on the students with love and patience while nurturing their growth, so that they become responsible citizens tomorrow.
On the occasion, 17 teachers were awarded District Teachers Award 2018 on
Tening: Teachers’ Day was celebrated at Tening, organised by Tening Students Union (TSU) (N), with 36th Assam Rifles A Coy official as special guest at Government High School’s Auditorium.
The AR official addressing as special guest said teachers are next to mothers. Teachers are a friend, guide and philosopher of life, he added.
The official of AR in the interaction assured help, if he is invited, to impart how to prepare for NPSC and UPSC examinations.
Pughoboto: Pughoboto sub- division celebrated Teacher’s Day with ADC Pughoboto, Phuleshe K Yepthomi at the Town Hall on September 5.
Phuleshe said teachers are the builders of the nation and urged the teachers to take more responsibility to mould and shape the students for a better future generation.
The ADC asked the students to listen to their teachers and honour them. Informing the students that 5th September is not only the day to show respect to the teachers but they should continue to do it in their behavior and action in order to become a great personality.
Honouring the teachers, Class 10 student from GHS Pughoboto, Toli H read out the salutation to the teachers. Mission School Pughoboto students displayed a choreography and New Foundation School presented a special song.
Jalukie: Government Higher Secondary School, Jalukie under Peren district celebrated Teachers’ Day today. Dances, song, duet and short speech were presented by the students. Paudelong and Asha Gurung compered the programme.
NIITians of Dimapur Center organized teachers’ day celebrations on Wednesday as a mark of respect towards their faculties.
Imlimongla Jamir was the chairperson on the occasion while Bokatoli Kinimi, academic counselor, invoked the blessings of the almighty Lord. Jamir also presented a dance number later.
Speaking on the occasion, Ajay Sethi, Director, NIIT Dimapur expressed his gratitude to all the faculties for their continued sacrifices for the better of the student community as a whole. Professional development of the youth of Nagaland is the core motto of the NIIT faculties, he said.
From ABCD to a word to a sentence to an essay to book writing, teachers at various stages develop students’ faculties as per their respective talents was his opinion.
Beginning from the word of God & parental guidance, teachers hold the students hands to help them face the needs of the life through a good career, with the ultimate goal being salvation, he said.
Lungdsuo Mozhui, Tech mentor was adjudged the King while Marion Rongmei became the Queen through the lucky draw. Kekhrieneinuo & friends presented a song while Nancy Shukla spoke on behalf of the NIITians.
Vishal Singh Bardewa, NIC faculty, shared his views on life’s possibilities through five stories. Kedibam presented a poem which was followed by a fashion show. So also, dumb charade competition was played amongst the faculties & NIITians.
Vote of thanks was proposed by Kekhrineinuo while Angoi presented a musical treat.
(Page News Service)