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Women’s role in education sector is enormous — Along

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Temjen Imna Along speaking at a conclave in Chandigarh.

Dimapur, March 15 (EMN): Nagaland’s minister for Higher and Technical Education, Temjen Imna Along on Friday acknowledged the “enormous” contribution made by women towards the country’s education sector, according to a press release received here.

The minister was speaking as the guest of honour at the 10th Higher Education and Human Resource Conclave being held at Chandigarh in Punjab. “Women in our country are doing great; and in education sector, their contribution is enormous,” he was quoted as saying.

Along inaugurated the conclave in the presence of other eminent dignitaries including Navin Mittal, commissioner of Collegiate and Technical Education department, Government of Telangana; Manish Kumar, chief executive officer of National Accreditation Board for Education and Training – Quality Council of India; Dr. Dalip Kumar, additional state project director of Rusa, department of Higher Education, Chandigarh Administration; and Dr. Madhu Chitkara, vice-chancellor of Chitkara University, Chandigarh.

The minister shared that “governments may come and go but we must stick to one belief that our every action must lead the nation to the path of development.”

Along spoke about importance of digitisation in education, need for inclusion of Northeast in the country’s holistic development and impart quality higher education in the country. The minister also unveiled a special issue of digitalLEARNING magazine along with other dignitaries, it informed.

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