Yuva Utsav held at Longleng, Tuensang
Dimapur, March 24: The Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan (NYKS) Longleng, under the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, GOI in collaboration with the District Administration Longleng and Yingli College, Longleng organized a one-day mega event Yuva Utsav at Yingli College, Longleng District on March 24, with Trongdiba Tongpi Sangtam, SDO Civil, Longleng as special guest.
Sangtam spoke on the importance of Youths and their contributions to society and also highlighted the negative impacts of Anti-Social elements affecting the youths at this age.
He also stressed how the youths can be more productive by changing their priorities and skilling themselves and gave an insight into various schemes launched by the Government of India and Nagaland.
Dr. Limasungla, Epidemiologist, from CMO Office Longleng, and Dr. Vilie, VAS Longleng were also present at the event. They highlighted statistics of various animals related diseases and diagnoses and ways and means to prevent them.
State Bank of India (SBI) Longleng and District AIDS Prevention Control Unit(DAPCU) displayed their respective stalls during the event.
The programme included various competitions like Poetry, Painting, Declamation, Photography, and Cultural presentation. The district-level winners will be given the opportunity to participate at the State level and National Levels. The Special Guest gave away the prizes to the winners. And the vote of thanks was said by Dr. B. Henshet Phom, Vice-Principal, Yingli College, Longleng.
Kishor Barman, District Youth Officer NYKS, Longleng delivered the keynote address where he highlighted the main objectives of the Programme under the Theme “PANCH PRAN and India@2047” and also about the G20 Presidency and its Theme “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” or “One Earth, One Family, One Future”.
The Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan (NYKS) Tuensang, under the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, in collaboration with District Administration Tuensang and Saa Chang College Tuensang, organised a one-day Mega event of Yuva Utsav at Sao Chang College Tuensang on March 15.
The programme commenced with an invocation by Dr. Kenito Kath, Assistant Professor SCC, welcome and keynote address by Kishore Barman District Youth Officer NYKS Tuensang, where he highlighted the main objective of the programme.
Special guest of the event, Zerutso Kesiezie, EAC Tuensang, emphasised the importance of youths in nation development and how youth can play a pivotal role in nation building activities. He highlighted the focus of ‘PANCH PRAN and India@2047’ where the main aim will be to achieve the goal to develop India and to remove any trace of slavery or colonial mindset, taking pride in our heritage and legacy, unity and solidarity, and also the vision of India @2047 where he gave an insight to various government youth eccentric scheme to empower India youth and pave the way to achieved the India@2047 vision.
The programme was followed by a poetry competition, declamation, painting, photography, and cultural presentations where the winners will participate at the State-level contest.
(Page News Service)