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    NSF Presidential Council Resolution on Naga Club

    The august house in its emergency Presidential council meeting held at the NSF Conference Hall, Naga Club Building, Kohima on the 16th November, 2018 acknowledged the pioneers and elders who had selflessly contributed to the cause of the Nagas through various forums and in particular the Naga Club and also thoroughly deliberated on the newly formed Naga Club. The house also expressed its deepest appreciation and gratitude to all the schools, colleges and educational institutions, including the various Naga peoples organizations, non-Naga communities and all who participated in the recently concluded 100th Year Commemoration of the Naga Club held on the 31st of October 2018, under the theme; “Celebrating the…

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    BHSS represents Nagaland at Science Drama Competition

    Under the initiative of the Nagaland Science Centre, Dimapur, Department of Science and Technology, Nagaland a total of eight students and two faculties from Bethesda Higher Secondary School (BHSS), Dimapur represented Nagaland at the NE Zonal Level Science Drama Competition held at the Regional Science Centre, Guwahati on October 26. The Event was graced by Jayanta Bhagawata, Eminent Film & Drama Artist as the chief guest. Out of the 7 Northeast Teams that participated at the Competition, Assam emerged as the Winner and Tripura as the Runner-Up. Both the winning teams will represent NE at the National Level at New Delhi to be held in January next year. This was…

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    Nagaland Students Outshines in India International Science Festival, Lucknow

    The new generation of Nagaland shows an instance of utter brightness and meritorious quality as school students from Nagaland who attended the India International Science Festival held in Lucknow came home winning 6 prizes. The science festival had held from October 5 to 8. The Nagaland school students bagged one first prize, two second prizes, two third prizes and a consolation prize in the North East Students Conclave section of the prestigious event. A press release by the Director of School Education Wonthungo Tsopoe states that the performance showed by the Nagaland school students is ahead of the other NE States that took part in the Science Festival. There were…

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    Greenwood School annual sports week gets underway

    The 38th edition of Greenwood Higher Secondary School annual sports meet got underway on Wednesday at Kuda village, Half Nagarjan in Dimapur with Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Vishal, as the chief guest. Games item ranging from long jump, high jump, and 100m, 200m, 400m, and 800m dash to table tennis, sepak takraw, football, and basketball will be witnessed in the event, which is about to continue till Oct. 6. Students, both boys and girls, have been categorised into three categories namely intermediate, junior, and mini. During the opening ceremony, the chief guest hoisted the school’s flag to symbolise the commencement of the sports week followed by a torch run…

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    Mokokchung to host 8th inter-school beat contest on Sep. 14

    The Students’ Welfare Society (SWS), alumni of Hill View Higher Secondary School (HVHSS) will be bringing the much awaited – the eight edition of inter-school beat contest at Town Hall in Mokokchung on Sep. 14. An update from the SWS Alumni- HVHSS issued on Sep. 9 stated that the yearly annual event has been gaining popularity among the young aspirant musicians as the perfect avenue to expose their talents and explore better opportunity to excel their career in music. ‘Over the years this platform has produced musicians and bands who have rose to become top musicians in state,’ the update mentioned. The organisers are said to have prepared the stage…