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By EMN Updated: Apr 23, 2022 10:39 pm
Temjen Imna Along (right) and Dr. Andrew Ahoto Sema during the official launch of the book ‘3C SOS – The final answer’ at LFI on Saturday.

Dimapur, April 23 (EMN): A total of 96 students of Livingstone Foundation International (LFI) belonging to various streams of 2021 batch have graduated from senior secondary school during a graduation day ceremony held on April 23.

The minister of Higher and Technical Education and Tribal Affairs, Temjen Imna Along was the chief guest of the ceremony, who also officially released a book titled ‘3C SOS – The final answer’ authored and published by the chairman of LFI, Dr. Andrew Ahoto Sema, an update from the institute stated.

It stated that the graduates were awarded with graduation certificates during the convocation ceremony. Speeches were also delivered on behalf of both the outgoing graduates as well as the present batch of Grade-XII students.

Speaking on the occasion, Imna Along called upon the students not only to depend on government jobs but to look beyond and try their hands at businesses and other professions as well. He also highlighted how a major chunk of the state’s GDP is diverted outside the state as most of the students go out of the state for their educational needs.

He has appreciated the efforts of schools like LFI and educationists including Dr. Andrew Ahoto Sema for making quality education a reality within the state of Nagaland.

The programme came to a close with the closing note and benediction said by the director of LFI, Ani Yepthomi.

The cover of the book ‘3C SOS – The final answer’ was earlier released on August 15, 2020, by K Tokugha Sukhalu, advisor of School Education, government of Nagaland in Dimapur, while the book itself was released by the Chief Minister of Meghalaya and national president of the National People’s Party (NPP), Conrad K Sangma in Shillong on November 14, 2020.

By EMN Updated: Apr 23, 2022 10:39:32 pm