Nagaland Governor calls educated housewives to strengthen academic system

Nagaland Governor also appeals empowered organizations and persons to come forward to strengthen the community

KOHIMA
PB Acharya
File photo of Nagaland Governor PB Acharya

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Nagaland Governor, P B Acharya has appealed to all educated housewives to come forward and share their empowerment in government schools to add value and strengthen to the academic system by taking up one subject like Maths, Science, English, etc as honorary guest teachers, with the permission of the department.

“This is the need of the hour”, the Governor said.

A press release from PRO to Governor stated that the Governor’s wife, Kavita Acharya had also adopted Officer’s Hill Government Middle School in Kohima where she attends classes as an honorary guest teacher.

The Governor also called on the youth to give back to their society. “It should be your social responsibility to make sure that your society improves in all fields and you should play a role in strengthening it”, the Governor stated.

Our empowered youth should have the drive for development of the society through new and innovative projects. Young people should be game changers, he stated.

He expressed appreciation for Faith Harvest Church, Kohima on them adopting Government High School, PWD colony as part of their community social service programme.

The Governor also congratulated youth of the Church for organizing a social work event in the school premises.

Acharya stated that such service for the welfare of the society must be appreciated by all and the example should be emulated by other organizations as well.

The Governor hoped that Faith Harvest Church would continue the good work for the community. He also appealed to empowered organizations and persons to come forward to strengthen the community.

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