National Science Day celebrated in Dimapur
Dimapur, February 28
[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Department of Science and Technology, Nagaland celebrated National Science Day 2015 today at Nagaland Science Centre Dimapur with the theme ‘Science for Nation Building’. Nagaland marked the day with inauguration of 3D Theater at Nagaland Science Centre Dimapur.Participating on the day, Secretary & Ex-officio Director Department of Science & Technology IAS C.M.Tsanglao who inaugurated the 3D Theater and the programme as the chief guest celebrated the achievements of science and remarked that what we have and achieved today is because of science and discoveries and Science has changed life in this generation.
‘With the changes of time, human minds have developed with discoveries of science and technologies and many have achieved in this field but this has also contributed to discoveries of many weird diseases moreover physical labor has been replaced with technologies’ opined the chief guest.
With all the achievements and civilizations what we enjoy today will lead us to a situation which we will not be able to control but we should try to adapt and know what is happening around us added C.M.Tsanglao.
On the occasion of National Science Day he called upon the students to do something along with the changing of time and as a student to be the ‘eyes and mouth piece’ of the nation and develop awareness in the areas of climate change, ecological balance and health care as there is no end to learning.
As tomorrow’s leader would contribute students should also involve in activities which are accessible in the state, schools and the country at large. More importantly one should know the value of a teacher and maintain good relation with them remarked C.M.Tsanglao.
Officials from Department of Science & Technology Nagaland, students of various schools from Dimapur along with their teachers attended the programme.
Marking the National Science Day 2015 with the inauguration of 3D Theater at Nagaland Science Centre Dimapur, 3D movie ‘Panda Vision’ was screened for the participants.