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Students from Delhi visit Dimapur and Ghaspani

By EMN Updated: May 31, 2024 11:11 pm
Students of Nirmal Bhartia School from New Delhi at Nagaland Gate near Patkai Bridge.

DIMAPUR — As part of National Integration Tour (NIT) to Nagaland under the aegis of Assam Rifles, students of Nirmal Bhartia School from New Delhi arrived at Ghaspani on May 29.

A defence release stated that the tour kicked off with a visit to the famous Kachchari ruins in Dimapur and Nagaland Gate near Patkai Bridge.

A cultural exchange programme was organised by Assam Rifles, wherein the visiting students were enthralled with the cultural and tribal diversity of Nagaland showcased by students of Patkai Senior Secondary School, St. Francis De Sales School and Assam Rifles Public School, Medziphema.

The event included a presentation on Naga tribes and their culture, Naga folk dance and musical performances from the local students.

The students also visited the Shaurya Stambh, where they were briefed about the rich history of Assam Rifles film.

The event concluded with lunch and enthusiastic interaction between the visiting students and the Naga students.

The programme was marked by the active participation of a total of 89 students and 9 faculty members which included 16 students from Nirmal Bhartia School.

Meanwhile, the visiting students have expressed gratitude for the opportunity to experience first-ever close interaction with Naga tribes, which left a memorable impact on the young minds.

Meanwhile, 15 students from Nirmal Bhartia School, Delhi, with three staff members, also visited Sainik School, Punglwa, on Friday.

During the visit, students were shown the school’s infrastructure and facilities, including the NDA motivational hall, academic block, cadets’ mess and the sports area.

By EMN Updated: May 31, 2024 11:11:57 pm
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