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Fazl Ali College observes ‘United Nations Day’

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By EMN Updated: Nov 03, 2023 7:55 pm
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Dr. Deepak Bhaskar speaking on the occasion of United Nations Day-cum-fifth annual lecture at Fazl Ali College in Mokokchung on October 31.

DIMAPUR — Commemorating ‘United Nations Day,’ the Political Science department of Fazl Ali College (FAC) in Mokokchung held its fifth annual lecture programme on October 31 with Dr. Deepak Bhaskar, assistant professor of Political Science at Nagaland University (NU), as the speaker.

An update from the college stated that Dr. Bhaskar spoke on ‘Democracy, hegemony and war: A critical analysis of UN in 21st century.” In his introductory note, he stated that the world is more in conflict situation than in peace.

“The world we live in is less peaceful than ever before. There is no corner where there is no conflict,” he said.

He commented that there is reverse democratisation and the world is moving towards apocalypse. He added that anti-democratisation is happening all over the world where problems and conflicts continue to rise whereas solving capacity is declining.

Dr. Bhaskar talked about how UN is being used as a tool to create war-like situations by global powers. He investigated various reports of the UN and its performance in the 21st century and gave a critical analysis on the working of the United Nations.

Earlier in the programme, the college vice principal, Vinod Kumar, welcomed everyone to the lecture and congratulated the department of Political Science for organising the annual lecture series. He added that such lectures contribute towards making the college an excellence of learning. The vice principal also led the gathering in taking the Rashtriya Ekta Divas pledge.

Meanwhile, Fazl Ali College bade farewell to Dr Bendangtemjen, associate professor of Geography, and Dr. Lanurenla, associate professor and head of English department, on November 3. They were transferred on promotion as principals to Zisaji Presidency College in Kiphire and Sao Chang College in Tuensang respectively.

Speaking at the programme, the college principal, Dr. I Wati Imchen, lamented that the college would not be the same with leaving of two important pillars. He further appreciated the enthusiasm and sacrifice made by the two officers.

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By EMN Updated: Nov 03, 2023 7:55:36 pm
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