DIMAPUR, OCTOBER 1 (MExN): ICFAI University Nagaland hosted its 4th Day Orientation Program for Postgraduate Students, School of Humanities and Social Sciences on October 1 with Dr Lanusangla Tzudir, Editor, Heritage Publishing House, Dimapur as the main guest.
The program started with Dr AK Verma, Vice-Chancellor of the IUN welcoming the audience. In his speech, he spoke about the importance of translating ideas into action, from concept planning to realization. He focused on space technology, how it works and process, and its impact in society. He also urged the student community to undertake their intellectual journey with dedication, patience and joy.
Dr Tzudir, in his message, raised the concern of institutions and academia to build a solid and solid methodological basis in learning, especially in the humanities and social sciences. She encouraged students to become involved in the process of decolonizing the mind in order to cultivate an insider perspective as required in the deconstruction, reconstruction and construction of one’s identity. She urged students to be interlocutors and reflect on the current system critically and constructively and strive for effective leadership and responsible citizenship.
The program was honored by Dr Manoj Sharma, Scientist-G and Additional Director of the Laboratory for Solid State Physics in Defense Research and DRDO as Guest of Honor and Dr Rajesh Uppal as distinguished guest.
Dr Sharma spoke about the importance of the humanities and social sciences and their role in bringing about positive changes for the well-being of human beings. Dr Uppal also spoke about the need to nurture sustainable technology-driven goals and urged students to develop ideas for a sustainable society.
The program was chaired by Sentilemla Lemtur, Assistant Professor in the Department of English. Kunungoyi Chizo presented a musical piece while Dr Imtinungsang Jamir gave a powerpoint presentation of the ICFAI Society and ICFAI University Nagaland.