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Kairos Study Space inaugurated in Kohima

By Reyivolü Rhakho Updated: Oct 25, 2023 11:25 pm
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Guests along with staff of the newly opened Kairos Study Space by Carewell in Kohima on Wednesday. (EM Images)

KOHIMA — In what will help students preparing for competitive examinations in Kohima, Kairos Study Space by Carewell was inaugurated on Wednesday.

Atosheli Sema, Deputy Secretary of Science and Technology, inaugurated the new facility located at Kohima A1 City Bazaar, Kezieke.

Administrator of the Kairos Study Space, Dr. Beheungausile Samsi, shared that she was preparing for post graduation in dental surgery at home after coming back from outside the state; it was all good initially but it eventually became very difficult to focus because social involvements and festivities.

She said that she wanted to enroll in a quiet library or study space with flexible time till the evening but she could not find one in Kohima. Kairos Study Space is for aspirants who want prepare for competitive examinations such as NEET, PG, NPSC, NSSB, etc., she said, adding that aspirants can come and study, motivate each other with the spirit of competition and move ahead.

She also thanked the Carewell and Atosheli Sema for sponsoring the Kairos Study Space.

Atosheli Sema recalled her preparation for competitive examination, saying that it was not without challenges due to lack facilities and resources that are crucial for focused study.

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‘It was during that time I had a dream- a dream of a dedicated space where students could immerse themselves in their studies without the hindrance of external disruptions, a place where dream could be nurtured and aspirations could take a fly,’ she said.

She added her dream took shape last year through Tonikali Awomi, Proprietor of Study Space in Dimapur.

Witnessing the evident benefit and the positive influence it has had on aspiring students, it introduced its second study space in Kohima. She expressed hope that the new facility will be a place where aspirations are kindled and where hard work and dedication find the truest expression.

Tonikali Awomi said that the study space in Dimapur is witnessing a promising trajectory since its inception in 2022 with those availing the facility having succeeded in various central and state-level examinations.

Maintaining that they have been steadily building a vibrant community of readers and scholars, she expressed confidence that the new branch will also hold true to this vision.

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By Reyivolü Rhakho Updated: Oct 25, 2023 11:25:47 pm
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