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St. Joseph’s College (A) celebrates ‘Social Engineer’s Fiesta’

By EMN Updated: Oct 21, 2023 7:49 pm
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Winners of the various competitions and other participants during the 6th Social Engineer’s Fiesta at St. Joseph’s College (A), Jakhama, on October 18.

DIMAPUR — Sociology department of St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous), Jakhama, held its 6th Social Engineer’s Fiesta on October 18 at the college indoor stadium on the theme “Celebrating diversity: Sharing our identities and our stories.”

An update from the college stated that the joint secretary of School Education department, Avelu Ruho, who was also the guest speaker of the event, gave a comprehensive overview of cultural identities and also mentioned the rich values and diversity of the Naga culture.

Pointing out that the influence of western culture on the Naga society has been underestimated, she advised the present generation to preserve and stay connected to their cultural roots.

The various activities of programme included competition in extempore speech, Up-cycle fashion contest, rap song, dance, photography and the first ever Mr and Miss Sociologist.

In the extempore speech competition, the first position was won by Chanreiwungphi P Shatsang (3rd semester, PG) and the second position was won by Nsungbeni M Ezung (5th semester, UG).

In the Up-cycle fashion contest, the first position was won by Moamerenla Pongen (3rd semester, PG) and the second position was won by Freda Lohe (5th semester, UG).

In the photography competition, the first position was won by Venu Tunyi (5th semester, UG) and the second position was won by Aluonuo Kharütso (3rd semester, PG).

In the Mr. and Miss. Sociologist 2023 contest, B Moiba Phom (3rd semester, UG) was declared Mr. Sociologist 2023 and with Along K Jamir as first runner-up, while Mesuvieo Ladu (3rd semester, UG) was declared Miss Sociologist 2023 with Kethoshenu Khazo (3rd semester, UG) as the first runner-up.

Report added that the event not only brought the students together but also raised awareness about the pivotal role played by cultural diversity in shaping society, personal development and fostering creativity.

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By EMN Updated: Oct 21, 2023 7:49:50 pm
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