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Children’s Day celebrated across the state

By EMN Updated: Nov 14, 2017 9:56 pm

Dimapur, Nov. 14 (EMN): To commemorate the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, various institutions and organisations celebrated Children’s Day on Nov. 14.
CBS: As a good gesture, the LIC branch manager, S Khaling Maring and development officer, Sudipta Kr Dey visited the Cherry Blossoms School on the ocassion of Children’s Day. During the vist the team gave away the trophy to the outstanding students as “Students Award of the Year”. The school is also an ambassador for LIC India in Nagaland.
Maring encouraged the students to be motivated and advised them to do their best in the coming exam. The LIC also donated hot and cold water dispenser for the school.
MGM: MGM Higher Secondary School, Dimapur celebrated Children’s Day on Nov. 14. A special assembly was conducted by teachers in which principal of the school and teacher gave message. Various items were presented by the teachers.
Rainbow Academy: Rainbow Academy, Dimapur also celebrated Children’s Day on Nov. 14.
Rotary club: In commemoration of the Children’s Day, Rotary Club of Dimapur visited Rani Gaidinliu Chhatrawas run by Janjati Vikash Samiti. The club also donated water purifier and distributed snacks and sweets to children.
Cistus School: Cistus School, Wokha celebrated Children’s Day on Nov. 14 at the scholl premises. to mark the occasion a feast was prepared or the students.
BHES: Balijan Hindi English School, Karbi Anglong (Assam) observed Children’s Day at school hall on Nov. 14. Students and teachers performed variety of items. On the occasion, certificates were also given away to winners of the school annual sport meet.
DLSAs: Along with the rest of the country, District Legal Services Authority across the state celebrated Children’s Day on 14th November 2017.
Mon: Mon District Legal Services Authority (MDLSA) celebrated Children’s Day with the theme “Save Earth, Save Children” at Faith Fellowship Orphanage School, Wangla village.
KenlongKonyak PLV chaired the programme while welcome speech was delivered by TingshonKonyak, principal, Faith Fellowship Orphanage School.
District and Session Judge and Chairman MDLSA Neiko Kanuo wished all the Children in the school a happy Children’s Day on behalf of the DLSA Mon. He encouraged the children to be sincere in their studies and also to be obedient to become someone in society in future.
Recalling his childhood memories, Kanuo said childhood days are the happiest moment in life and also the most important in order to built our future.
The team also distributed learning materials and sweets and rice to mark the children’s day celebration. The gathering was enthralled through a special number by B Phamsa PLV & co.
Kohima: The Kohima District Legal Services Authority (KDLSA) organized Children’s Day programme at Tabitha Enabling Academy.
Headmistress of the academy, Vekutilu in her opening remark shared about how the academy was formed. She appraised that the academy is mainly for the special children.
Panel Lawyer Puchole spoke on POCSO Act 2012 and gave a brief introduction of how the act came into force. She said that the main objective of the Act was to protect the child from the sexual offenders, provide the child a friendly system. She also highlighted the penalties of the sexual offences, sexual assault and it’s punishments under the act.
Panel Lawyer Keduvi gave a brief introduction on Mental Health Act of how this act came into force. He also said every child is equal in the eye of law.
The gathering was enthralled through a special number by the students of the cademy.
Peren: The Peren District Legal Services Authority (PDLSA) celebrated Children’s Day by organising a legal awareness programme at Government Higher Secondary School, Peren.
The programme was attended by more than 700 students including the school staffs.
APP, Italang spoke on the significance of the National Legal Services Authority and the need to have legal knowledge for the children.
He also highlighted the provisions of the POCSO Act.
Speaking on Juvenile Justice Act, Panel Lawyer Zakaria enlightened the student about the various aspects of law regarding juvenile in conflict with law and children in need of care and protection.
Panel Lawyer Asuni spoke on child friendly legal services to children and their protection scheme 2015.
Mokokchung: in commemoration of Children’s Day, Mokokchung District Legal Services Authority (MDLSA) led by JMFC and Secretary MDLSA Phuleto Yeptho, visited Cure Foundation (a centre for differently abled persons), Aongza Ward.
Delivering welcome address, proprietor of Cure Foundation, Akang appraised that the foundation is a non-profit people’s ministry started in the year 2016 to promote awareness of disabled children in our society. He said that God equally creates disabled children and it should be our obligation to accept them as special children in our society.
Yeptho urged the teachers and parents to identify the talents and look for the best possible ways in providing the special children the right platform. He said that it is their duty to educate the people on the essence of being “special”. He also parents urged to seek help or coordinate with DLSA for availing the schemes.
Dimapur: Dimapur District Legal Services Authority celebrated Children’s day with Spring Buds Home.
Principal District and Session Judge and Chairman DDLSA S Hukato Swu shared legal awareness for children, while Panel Lawyer Sentimenla spoke on child rights. The children of the home also presented a special song.
Longleng: Longleng District Legal Services Authority celebrated Children’s Day at Christ King School.
Retainer Lawyer A Mane Phom gave an introduction on free legal services aid, while Panel Lawyer Hamnyei Angh highlighted about Children’s Day. The welcome address was delivered by Head Master Christ King School.

By EMN Updated: Nov 14, 2017 9:56:58 pm