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Haiying advocates modern technology to enhance knowledge

By Livine Khrozhoh Updated: Apr 16, 2021 12:02 am
H Haiying speaks at the thanksgiving ceremony of FTC at Ura Villa Colony, Dimapur on Thursday.

Our Reporter
Dimapur, April 15 (EMN):
Advisor of Prison, Printing and Stationery, H Haiying, has advised the students and young minds to derive maximum advantage of modern technology made available at their disposal in order to broaden their knowledge and explore new possibilities, while cautioning against abusing them as it could have a devastating impact in the long run.

Haiying stated this while addressing the thanksgiving ceremony organised by the Faith Theological College to mark its affiliation with the Martin Luther Christian University on Thursday at the college premises in Ura Villa Colony, Dimapur.

Narrating the history of Martin Luther, Haiying described him as a true reformist who believed that proper education would benefit both the state as well as the church. He urged the gathering to emulate the teachings of Martin Luther in their daily life.

“Indeed, the best gift that we can give to our society is to impart quality education to the young minds, because this will go a long way in shaping millions of dreams into reality,” he said.

He also mentioned that imparting life values and skills through faith and holistic education to the youngsters has become a paramount significance. He further congratulated the college for striving to impart quality education through faith.

The college board member, Imkongmeren Imsong, highlighted the genesis of the college when he was then the colony chairman. He also encouraged the students to study well and live well.

The founder principal of the college Rev. S Gangte also shared a brief report on FTC. He said that the college was founded in 2003 and got recognition from the state government in 2009. He further informed that a total of 350 students have graduated from the college till date.

By Livine Khrozhoh Updated: Apr 16, 2021 12:02:15 am