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PWC honours Heritage Publication’s editor

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By Our Reporter Updated: Sep 10, 2017 12:03 am
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Director of Higher Education, Kuholi Chishi (second from right), along with the chief editor of Heritage Publishing House, Dr. Lanusangla Tzüdir (extreme left), and the management of PWC at the releasing of the college magazine on September 9.

Staff Reporter
Dimapur, Sep. 9 (EMN): Founder and chief editor of the Heritage Publishing House, Dr. Lanusangla Tzüdir, was felicitated by Pranabananda Women’s College (PWC), Dimapur, on Saturday for her relentless services towards the Naga society in ushering a new era of peace and development.
PWC honoured Tzüdir on the occasion of its 26th fresher’s social for her social commitments through the prism of literature and for standing up as a fine example of a modern empowered Naga woman.
Accepting the honour, Tzüdir recounted that in the initial period of starting Heritage Publishing House, she had to face two challenges- commitment to write and sustain Heritage Publishing House as Nagas generally are not committed to writing, and the issue of Naga insurgency which was at its peak with the burden of taxation. She however asserted, “I was fortunate enough of not being burdened with taxation till date.”
“We need to dare to be different and stop being a mediocre, give birth to new ideas and own our own life,” exhorted Tzüdir. Encouraging the students to find their own goal to taste success and being natural, she advised the students to be the keeper of peoples’ story.
Director of Higher Education and chief guest, Kuholi Chishi, expressed optimism that the institution will continue to honour women in future.
“People should not consider you as substandard but regard you as worthy to be admired,” conveyed Chishi to young women students of the college.
She further encouraged them to take pride on their gender and continue to perform in order to inspire people.
“When you try to be the best by imitating the others it will fail you, but when you discover yourself and be in your best admitting your shortcomings, you will experience success,” she added.

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By Our Reporter Updated: Sep 10, 2017 12:03:47 am