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Salam Chingkheinganba

Chingkheinganba has been a journalist for more than 4+ years and is popular among the team for his reporting style. In his spare time, he teaches kids from his locality. He and his parents reside in Singjamei Chingamakha Kshetri Leikai . He holds a Masters Degree in Mass Communication from Manipur University. Chingkheinganba is available via email at [email protected]

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DM Community College started manufacturing hand sanitizers

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Imphal, March 27

Amid complaint about non-availability of hand sanitizers, which is advice as mandatory to protect from the dreaded Coronavirus Dhanamanjuri Community College started manufacturing the hand rub solution.

“Under a series of community extension services rendered by the Dhanamanjuri Community College based at D M College of Science, Imphal, in addition to its normal duties of teaching and learning processes, the faculties & staff led by the Department of Pharmaceuticals and Quality Assurance of the College under the UGC sponsored Deen Dayal Upadhyay Centre for KAUSHAL based at D M College of Science, has manufactured around 300 bottles of 200ml capacity each of the alcohol based hand rub solutions till date. The Scheme was launched on 20 March 2020 with a few number of unlabelled bottles for the use of the staff & faculties of D M Community College which later was continued under the initiatives of the Department of Higher & Technical Education, Government of Manipur, a press communique by Dr Raheijuddin Sheikh, Director, DDU- KK & Nodal Officer, D M Community College  said.

The hand rub sanitizers were prepared following strictly the norms prescribed by the World Health Organisation (WHO) for fighting Covid19. The first batch of 80 bottles were presented to the Chief Minister, Manipur for distribution to those who are in dire need of the sanitizers in view of the State Government’s precautionary measures to protect against the Covid19 corona virus. Now the benefits have been extended to the journalists and media persons who are actively sharing their unavoidable responsibilities in fighting against Covid19. The package of 40 bottles is now presented to the Secretary of the AMWJU, at Manipur press club today the 26th March 2020.

The benefits of the sanitizers has also been extended to the police personals of the Imphal(W) in appreciation of their restless services round the clock to fight against the serious attack of the Corona Virus in Manipur. The hand sanitizers are prepared under the common standard norms issued by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in two different formulations: isopropyl based and ethanol based with addition of some essential citronella oils as flavour.

The Bachelor of Vocation (B Voc.) Degree Courses in the specialised subject discipline of the Pharmaceuticals & Quality Assurance has been introduced under the National Skill Qualifications Framework (NSQF) from the academic sessions 2018-19 with 40% general education component and 60% skill development component aligned with the National Occupational Standards(NOS) and affiliated at Dhanamanjuri University, Imphal, Dr Raheijuddin Sheikh said.

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MSAD annual magazine ‘MAHEIROI’ formally released for Manipur

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Imphal Feb. 23

The annual magazine of Manipur Students’ Association Delhi (MSAD) ’MAHEIROI’ was released yesterday at the Readers Book Store, Manipur University.
It was first released in Delhi on Feb 16 and was again formally released for Manipur yesterday.
Guest faculties of Political Science Department, Manipur University G. Rakesh Sharma, K. Shakila Devi, Sh. Babeena Chanu and former advisor of MSAD Muhammad Ali released the annual magazine.
The releasing function was attended by the students of Manipur University, Dhanamanjuri College and well wishers.
Participants also discuss several topics particularly on gender issues  prevailing in the State.
The copies of the annual magazine of MSAD ‘MAHEIROI’ are being made available at The Readers Book Store, MU.

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International Mother Language Day organised

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Imphal Feb 21,

International Mother Language Day jointly organised by Research Forum (REFORM) and District Institute of Education and Training (DIET), Keikol was held today at DIET, Keikol.

Lecturer of GP Women College Dr. Waikhom Romesh in his keynote address highlighted the importance and the needs to preserve the Mother language.

He stressed that if their mother language get extinct than it will lead to the extinction of the identities of their respective communities. 

Saddened by the lack of institution to learn the Mother language of Meetei in the state, he said that anyone can learn different languages like Korean, Japanese, Myanmar at Manipur University but not our mother language.

Contradicting that Manipuri Department is not a place to study Manipuri language it is just an institution to study the literature of Manipuri.

Romesh further said that both the students as well as the parents are not aware that students can appear their exam in their mother language upto ten standard on all the subjects except English. 

 “People still lack the knowledge to understand that teaching and writing in their own mother language has more privilege to understand it”, he added.

Director of Mutua Museum, Mutua Bahadur stressed that people need not fear if they don’t know English. All we have to do is to focus on our goals instead as there is a space for translation, he continued. 

He also added that our mind cannot think in languages other than the mother language. 

Bahadur continued that there is a need to make the medium of instruction to be in their own mother language as it will help in the understanding easily.

“People should not felt ashamed of speaking their mother language instead they should feel pride in using it”, Bahadur maintained.

The observation was attended by General Secretary of REFORM advocate Sukham Premjit and Director of DIET, Keikol Aheibam Romel as the presidium members.

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Okram Joy threatens to throng at assembly if house fails to recognise Sanamahi as minority religion

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Imphal, Feb 14

Supporting the demand of an indigenous people’s group called Yelhou Mee Thoupei, veteran politician and former MLA Okram Joy Singh today said that he is ready to lead the organisation in spearheading the agitation demanding for a government resolution to announce “Sanamahi’ religion as minority religion in the ongoing state assembly session.

‘’ I  will throng with the Yelhou Mee Thoupei to the  Manipur Legislative Assembly  if the issue of Sanamahi religion is not discussed and announced as a minority religion in the ongoing budget session’’, the seasoned politician O Joy  said while speaking to media persons at Manipur Press Club today.

He said that the address of the Governor of a state is the statement of the government  and hope that the Sanamahi religion is included in her speech.  He further urged the Government to announce Sanamahi  religion, which is one of the oldest religions  in the South East Asian countries to officially recognise as minority religion before the 2021 census.

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