Dimapur, October 18: The Nagaland State Legal Services Authority, under the aegis of the National Legal Service Authority, observed World Students’ Day on October 15 as part of the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav and Legal Services Week in the District legal Services Authorities, focusing on ‘Right to Education Act’.
Phek DLSA organised a programme at Phek Government College. Neiwe Mero, Assistant Professor, of Economics, spoke on the significance of the day; Thomeweu, panel lawyer at Phek DLSA, spoke on Right to Education Act, 2019.
Dimapur DLSA conducted a programme with students of City Law College, wherein panel lawyer Moatila Ao spoke on the Right to Education Act and Principal of CLC, Leonard Aier delivered the welcome note.
Zunheboto DLSA observed World Students’ Day with Legal Literacy Club of St. Anthony School at St. Peter Hostel, Amphoto Colony. Tovi Z Yeptho, Project Assistant, emphasised on Right to Education and other basic legal rights and laws with regard to students.
Wokha DLSA conducted an awareness programme and speech competition with Government High School Wozhuro and Green Valley School, Wozhuro. Para Legal Volunteer Zujano Kikon gave a talk on Right to Education, Health & Family Welfare schemes.
Tuensang DLSA organised a programme at Government Primary School, Station ‘B’ Shamator. PLV Tsurito spoke on Right To Education.
Kohima DLSA celebrated the day at Kohima Law College. Vimeno highlighted the objectives and provision of Right to Education Act. Toshi O Longkumer, Advocate at Guwahati High Court, Kohima bench shared on Professional Ethics & Art of Advocacy. He encouraged the students to uphold the essence of legal profession and to act in dignified manner. Atila Pongen, panel lawyer, also emphasised on legal services activities.
Mokokchung DLSA held a programme with Mokokchung Law College and also held an event for revamping the MLC Legal Services Clinic. Para legal volunteers of the college were assigned for manning the said clinic. A beautification drive around the college campus by planting flowers and trees was also held.
(Page News Service)