Assam Rifles conducts tours, lecture
DIMAPUR — The educational tour organised by Assam Rifles for 45 students and two teachers from Shamator concluded its journey on Monday. It commenced on January 29.
The tour culminated with a ceremony at Shamator conducted by the Assam Rifles Battalion, according to a press release and during the journey, the team visited institutions of excellence and tourist attractions in Jorhat, Dimapur, and Kohima.
Students and teachers shared their experiences visiting Air Force Station and Assam Rifles Dog Training Centre at Jorhat, Impur village, Garam pani at Karbi Along, TATA Tea Estates, Assam Rifles Training Centre and School at Sukhovi, St. Joseph University in Chümoukedima, as well as Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Nagaland State Secretariat, The Mary Help of Christians Cathedral, and War Memorial in Kohima.
They also had interactions with IGAR (N) as part of the tour. The ceremony was attended by heads of civil society organisations, parents, and students from various schools in the district.
Meanwhile, Assam Rifles flagged off a national integration tour for 20 elderly people from the border villages in Noklak district on Monday.
During the 12-day tour, the team will visit Agra, Delhi, and Kohima, as mentioned in the release. The tour aims to enable the elderly individuals of the Khiamniungan tribe to expand their cultural horizons and gain insights into various Indian cultures.
In another event, Assam Rifles organised a lecture and interactive session with NCC cadets to inspire them to join the armed forces on Monday at Kohima Science College, Jotsoma.
The update mentioned that a total of 150 cadets, six faculty members, along with an assistant NCC officer participated in the interaction in which various aspects, including the application process, selection criteria, training, and life in the Armed Forces, were discussed.
Additionally, pamphlets providing information on various officer entries to join the Armed Forces were distributed during the session.