Nagaland Celebrates Teachers’ Day

Our Bureau:

Dimapur, September 5, (NE): Remembering the birth anniversary of the second President of India, late Shri Radhakrishnan, Nagaland too celebrated Teachers’ Day in his honor.

In this regard, a state level program was conducted at Convention Center, Kohima by Government of Nagaland in which Chief Secretary attended as Special Guest along with other officials.

Meanwhile, in a press release by NIIT Dimapur Center said that the NIITians too organised the Teachers’ Day program on Wednesday September 4, at the center’s conference hall. Speaking on the occasion, it’s Director, Shri Ajay Sethi shared the tips for the freshers to avail better job opportunities.

Sethi exhorted the NIITians to avail the best of the job opportunities with following tips:

Know the current needs of Industry; Graduates with Diplomas are preferred; Skill, Scale, Speed is needed to keep updated; Where students study matters; Avail Study Loan if needed; Network for Better Opportunities; Collect Phone nos., email IDs etc, Connect on Facebook; Maintain respective Facebook accounts in a neutral manner; Never Sit Idle; Gain experience through NGO works if needed; Read Local Newspapers daily; Google, YouTube for extra Knowledge; Read Self Help Books’ few pages daily; Have a Mentor for guidance; Mirror like feedback is necessary; Post CVs on etc; Check Vacancies regularly; Have lesser self imposed conditions for potential Jobs; Relocation helps for better; 1st Job is internship, a kind of showcasing oneself; Walk-in-Interview means urgency; Browse Companies’ Website; Connect with organisations connected people to know more; Understand Job role before hand; Mention strengths in email Subject matter; Social Media is important; Keep Updated Resume ready on email, whatsapp etc; Prepare detailed CV with institute Names, % scored etc; Mention Pursuing courses & any Achievements; Non-certificate details or NOC may be mentioned too; Mention Year, Period details etc; Mention details of courses learnt under Title Certificates; Mention Personal IDs details for better trust; Family details may be shared; Highlight all Positive Strengths; Customize CV as per Company Needs; Mutual Reference name may be shared; Must Sign CV; Search companies with good mentor or supervisor; Observe everything during or before Interview; Be Formally Dressed; Be early at the venue; Neat & Clean Fresh Looks are appreciated; Carry Original documents & IDs; Always carry extra CVs; Talk to other Applicants; Greet interviewers confidently; Be Loud enough with clarity; Give Self-Introduction of minimum 5 mnts other than CV details; Daily routine & family details may be asked for; Show Interpersonal Skills; Show the learning zeal; Once Short-Listed, Focus on Company details; Expect Aptitude test & demonstrations; Longer interviews means better chances; Show Humility, Patience &Gratitude; Salary is immaterial; Demand & Supply of Job applicants matters; Promise minimum 2 years continuatiin; Appreciate Honestly; Ask Feedback from Recruiters.
On behalf of all the faculties of NIIT Dimapur Center, Raj Ali expressed his gratitude to all the NIITians & appreciated the selfless services of all the faculties, beyond the call of duty. On behalf of the students, Sanu Gupta hosted the program while Aien performed the invocation. Hena & Roseline performed on respective numbers.

All the faculties & staffs of the center were felicitated later with a gift by the students, besides playing the games.

The following are fourteen Teachers Awarded at “State Level Teachers Award 2019”:

1. H. Ghutoli Sema, Primary Teacher, GPS Akuluto, Zunheboto

2. Phamyei Konyak, Primary Teacher, GMS Choknyu Village, Mon

3. Lino Chang, Primary Teacher, GMS Post Office, Tuensang

4. Mariamma Cherian, Graduate Teacher, GHSS Pfutsero, Phek

5. Apilu Kamei, Assistant Teacher, Chwang School, Samziuram, Peren

6. Neizelhoulie Seyie, Language Teacher, GHSS Medziphema, Dimapur

7. Biswajit Paul, Headmaster, MGM Hr. Sec. School, Dimapur

8. Rampratap Maurya, Graduate Teacher, GHS Salomi, Kiphire

9. Kikrulhoulie Khezhie, Graduate Teacher, GMS D-Khel, Kohima Village, Kohima

10. O. Baukam Phom, Primary Teacher, GMS Anaki-P, Longleng

11. Tomy John, Graduate Teacher, Mayangnokcha GHSS, Mokokchung

12. Haireudi Kamlak, Physical Education Teacher, GHSS Peren

13. Tek Bahadur, Headmaster, Springdale School, Wokha

14. Arun Kumar Singh, Assistant Teacher, St John Hr. Sec. School, Tuensang.