Assam Rifles organises various activities
DIMAPUR — Assam Rifles flagged off a National Integration Tour (NIT) for 30 students belonging to underprivileged families from remote border villages of Noklak district on January 4.
A defence release stated that the 12-day tour is being organised under a civic action programme, where the team would visit Jorhat, Kaziranga, Dimapur and Kohima. The tour aimed at giving children from border villages an opportunity to gain exposure and broaden their horizons.
The team would also visit various sites of historic, and national importance and interact with dignitaries.
Meanwhile, the village authorities, parents and teachers have expressed gratitude to the Assam Rifles for providing learning opportunities to the students.
In another programme, Assam Rifles on Friday conducted a security meeting-cum-awareness session with the village GBs and village council members of Wangti and surrounding villages in Wangti village under Mon district.
The meeting was conducted to discuss security-related issues along the Indo-Myanmar border.
The meeting was attended by village GBs, village council chairmen and village guards of nearby villages. It stated that the leaders had promised to cooperate with the Assam Rifles.
Meanwhile, Assam Rifles conducted a lecture on enrollment in AR and Agniveer at Chakhesang Mission Higher Secondary School in Pfutsero town with the participation of 100 students and teachers.
It stated that the event provided an excellent opportunity for the students to learn about Assam Rifles and Agniveer and how it could help them achieve their career goals while also serving the nation.
The lecture highlighted the importance of serving the nation and how it could be a fulfilling experience for young individuals. It instilled among the students a sense of patriotism, discipline, courage and selflessness.
Overall the lecture was a valuable learning experience for the students and helped them in understanding the importance of serving the nation.