Legal services host speech competition on Fundamental Duties
Kohima, Feb. 24 (EMN): District legal service authorities (DLSA) in Nagaland conducted extempore speech competitions based on the topic of Fundamental Duties, with ‘legal literary’ clubs in the districts.
The district legal services issued a press release informing about the activity that was in the districts.
The Mon DLSA conducted the competition on February 12 in the DRDA hall in Mon town. N Mannon, project assistant, delivered the welcome address. In her speech, she said the objective of the programme is to educate people about the importance of Fundamental Duties. She urged the participants to be active in ‘implementing it,’ the press release stated.
Mina Chetri of Green Valley High School, Nyukai Konyak of St. Joseph High School and Y Nyoya Konyak of Green Valley High School were declared the winners of the event. The winners were given certificates along with cash prize. The participants were given “appreciation certificate,” the updates informed.
The Kohima DLSA conducted the extempore speech competition on February 22 in the DPDB conference hall in Kohima. Four schools participated in the competition, the updates stated.
The first prize was bagged by Rufsana from Stella Higher secondary school, the second prize by Asewe Letro from Mezhur higher secondary school, and the third prize by Vetsolii Curha from Mezhur higher secondary school. Two consolation prizes were awarded to Langnoi from Govt. Chandmari High School and Zhavi-u Tsurho from Mezhur higher secondary school, the updates stated. There were 35 participants in the competition, it was informed.
Likewise, the Kiphire DLSA conducted the competition at the Cambridge high school on February 22 in Kiphire. Members of the legal literacy club of Cambridge high school, El-Beth high school, government high school of Yangphi, Saramati View Modern school and Agape high school participated in the competition, the updates stated.
Chumtila from Saramati View Modern school won the first prize. The second prize was bagged by Kohli S Sangtam, also from Saramati View Modern school, while the third prize was awarded to Lumchumgli from El-Beth high school and Ruksar from Cambridge high school.
Prizes in cash along with certificates were awarded to the winners by members of the Kiphire DLSA. Before the competition, Kunyangli Sangtam, a panel lawyer, highlighted the ‘value and importance of the competition’ to the participants, the press release stated.
Further, the Peren DLSA also organised the speech competition. The programme was conducted on February 21 at Peren College, the updates stated.
Samyizeu Haibwang bagged the first position, Keyininglule the second position and Kelilube Hegui bagged third position in the competition, the