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LFI celebrates annual day

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By EMN Updated: Dec 11, 2022 9:16 pm
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Students of Livingstone Foundation International from the Music department presenting an item on the occasion of its annual day celebration on December 8.

Dimapur, Dec. 11 (EMN): Livingstone Foundation International (LFI) celebrated its annual day on December 8 with the parents, guardians, well-wishers and invitees along with the management, mentors, staff and students of the school.

Speaking on the occasion, the school chairman, Dr. Andrew Ahoto Sema, underscored the importance of skill development in students apart from academics. In this regard, he called upon the parents and guardians to shift their focus from the traditional education and rote memory to a more vibrant and diverse skill-based education system to enable the students shine not only in their studies but also develop their career in other areas like sports, music, fine arts, crafts etc., which could provide more lucrative employment opportunities in the future.

Dr. Ahoto also remarked that right from its inception, LFI has always strived for a conceptual teaching and learning system wherein the varied intelligences of the students are identified and nurtured from their childhood so that they are able to become thought leaders in the right perspective instead of just following the crowd.

Keeping this factor in mind, he stated that LFI introduced the Cambridge international curriculum for the formative level thereby making it easier for students to excel more in all round activities. He also put on record that LFI was the only school in India that was ranked as the No.1 school for co-curricular activities.

He also congratulated the team from LFI for winning the ‘Most original vehicle award’ in the recently concluded World War-II peace rally as part of the ongoing Hornbill Festival. He also felicitated the team with the award.

In her welcoming address, LFI director, Ani Yepthomi, expressed joy on being able to conduct the annual day event after a gap of almost two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. She exuded hope that the bond among the school management, mentors, students and parents would grow stronger in the future.

Presentation of musical and welcome medley by the LFI choir and music department, cultural, western and fusion dance items and songs by the students and mentors were other highlights of the celebrations.

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By EMN Updated: Dec 11, 2022 9:16:29 pm