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Workshop for non-teaching and supporting staff held at Unity College

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By EMN Updated: Apr 16, 2024 7:40 pm
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Non-teaching and supporting staff of Unity College and Tetso College pose for a photograph after the workshop on April 13.

DIMAPUR — The Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of Unity College and Tetso College jointly organised one-day workshop for non-teaching and support staff on “Moving towards inclusion: Capability enrichment and wellbeing” at Unity College on April 13.

An update from Tetso College stated that the first session was chaired by Dr. Adani Ngullie, IQAC coordinator of Unity College, while Dr. Lichumo Enie, principal of Unity College, welcomed all the non-teaching and support staff members of Tetso College and Unity College to the workshop.

It stated that Kilentola Jamir, a seasoned holistic counselor and mentor of human skills, was the resource person of the first session, who gave an insightful presentation on “Stress and emotional management.” Jamir also delved into various techniques and strategies for managing stress effectively in both personal and professional life.

Following the presentation, the participants engaged in an interactive session where they discussed and shared their experiences related to stress management.

It stated that Gladson, librarian at Unity College, and Viruno Yalie, senior executive of human resources at Tetso College, provided insights based on their professional experiences.

Report stated that the session served as a platform for non-teaching and support staff members to enhance their understanding of stress management techniques and fostered a sense of inclusivity and wellbeing within the college community.

The second session on “Capacity development, efficiency and ethics” was chaired by Lochumi Lotha, assistant professor of Commerce at Unity College, while the resource person, David Zote, joint registrar of Manipur University, spoke on the meaning and significance of capacity development. His talk centered on improvement and development, emphasising on the need to ‘invest in ourselves’ by developing soft skills as a way of staying relevant in an age of Artificial Intelligence and to maintain healthy ethical behavior in the workplace.

During the interaction and feedback session, Eyingbeni, office executive assistant at Unity College, and Rinsit B Sareo, assistant manager of IT, media and communications at Tetso College, shared their experiences.

It further stated that a separate session on “Housekeeping management” was held for the housekeeping staff chaired by Dr. Rosy Tep, head of English department and assistant coordinator of IQAC at Tetso College.

Dharya Luikham Metha, visiting faculty at Charis High Academy School, was the resource person. In her presentation, she made a strong case on the role and importance of good housekeeping in different types of establishments.

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By EMN Updated: Apr 16, 2024 7:40:12 pm
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