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Lotha students organise cultural day programme

By Our Correspondent Updated: Sep 24, 2017 12:21 am
Sub juniors displaying traditional and modern ethnic wears at the cultural day cum inter-schools and colleges literary competition in Wokha on September 23.

Our Correspondent
Wokha, Sep. 23 (EMN): Lotha Students’ Union (LSU) has organised its first cultural day cum inter-schools and colleges literary competition at Town Hall, Wokha, on September 23 on a theme ‘Shaping the future together through culture.’
Vanchamo Ngullie, Deputy Director of Land Resource, while speaking as the theme speaker, encouraged the students to preserve and practice the rich Lotha/ Naga culture. He also called upon the gathering to inculcate values of forefathers’ culture and tradition for a better tomorrow.
Ngullie also advised to stop discrimination within the Lotha community but to work together as one for the common interest. He also called upon the Lotha community to promote its literature.
Dr. TM Lotha, Advisor of Treasuries & Account Labour and Skill Development & LMCP, has appreciated LSU for organising the event. He was of the opinion that such innovative cultural programme will open the gate in moulding the students and the younger generation for their future. He has also advised the students community to preserve its rich culture and traditional practices.
The second session was marked with traditional exhibition and competition.
Er. Orenvungo S Ovung, SDO (Electrical), Wokha, and special guest, challenged the students to study hard and pursue their aims with determination and positive mindset. He advised them to help themselves in order to achieve success in life.
Presentation of folk song, dance and drama on Lotha Naga culture were performed by students of various schools.
Altogether, 18 schools, 2 higher secondary schools and one college participated in the programme.
The event was culminated with a prize distribution.

By Our Correspondent Updated: Sep 24, 2017 12:21:35 am