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Tetso College is overall champion of Powwow 2019

Dimapur, March 9: Powwow Youth Festival 2019, a three day festival of sports, literary and cultural events, concluded today with Kevekha Kevin Zehol, Deputy Commissioner of Dimapur gracing the closing award ceremony as guest of honour.
From March 7 to 9, the festival saw heated competition amongst 28 schools and colleges in Nagaland. It culminated with awards given out by the guest of honour to the runners up of Powwow 2019 which went to St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama with 5000 points, and the overall championship trophy to Tetso College with 10,000 points. The overall champion institute were awarded an exposure trip to Hyderabad, Bangalore and Coimbatore for 10 final year students courtesy Youthnet.
Kevekha Kevin Zehol reminded the youths to continue to use their talents and skills to progress and create a greater Nagaland. He advised on wise use of mobile phones as it has the means to both destroy and advance their life and wished the students the very best in their future endeavours.
Prateek Bhattacharya, National Sales Head of ALS, title sponsors of the event, also encouraged students of Nagaland and Northeast to dream big and become stars at the national level.
Other sponsors of the event were India Trail, Kalinga University, NIIT, DOT Talks, Aiko Arena, Ashok Leyland, Baskin Robbins, Brand New Days, Camp David, Favours, Fusion, Fun Cinemas, G Sports, Ilandlo, Kaziranga University, Mountain Music Academy, Nagaland Today, The People Channel, Rusoki, SmartLife Gym, Synergy Systems, Tinted Lights, Universal Power Solutions and Youthnet. Special thanks to the 5th Assam Rifles Battalion and Dorians Club for officiating the basketball and volleyball matches.
(Page News Service)

RESULTS
Overall Champions – Tetso College, Dimapur
Runners Up – St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama
Traditional dance: 1st – Tetso College, 2nd – Dimapur Government College
Cosplay: 1st – Unity College, 2nd – Sazolie College
Extempore Speech: 1st – Khyochamo Yanthan (Tetso College), 2nd – Keneisedeu Mezhu (Tetso College)
Quiz: 1st – J N Aier College, 2nd – St. Joseph University
Debate: 1st – Amenla O Jamir (Salt Christian College), 2ns – Hanifa (S.D. Jain College)
Selfie Challenge: Bhawna (ICFAI University)
Videography – Tetso College (Entry 1)
Road to fame: 1st – Mezhur Higher Secondary School, 2ns – St. John College
Mobile Legend: 1st – Tetso College, 2nd – Dimapur Government College
PUBG Mobile: 1st – St. John College, 2nd – Unity College
Chess: 1st – Vikram Singh (St. John College), 2nd – Nentimo Semy (Kohima College)
Badminton:
Men’s Single: 1st – Tetso College, 2nd – Patkai Christian College
Women’s Single: 1st – St. Joseph’s College Jakhama, 2nd – Patkai Christian College
Men’s Doubles: 1st – Patkai Christian College, 2nd – Dimapur Government College
Women’s Doubles: 1st – St. Joseph’s College Jakhama, 2nd – Tetso College
Volleyball:
Men: 1st – Salesian College of Higher Education, 2nd – Eastern Christian College
Women: 1st – St. John College, 2nd – St. Joseph University
Penalty Shoot Out
Men: 1st – Tetso College, 2nd – Patkai Christian College
Women: 1st – Tetso College, 2nd – NEISSR
Basketball
Men: 1st – Unity College, 2nd – Tetso College
Women: 1st – Kohima Science College, 2nd – Sazolie College
Table Tennis
Men’s Single: 1st – Kohima College, 2nd – Patkai Christian College
Women’s Single: 1st – St. Joseph’s College Jakhama, 2nd – Patkai Christian College
Men’s Double: 1st – St. Joseph’s College Jakhama, 2nd – Unity College
Women’s Double: 1st – St. Joseph’s College Jakhama, 2nd – Unity College

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