Huirem Naresh

Huirem Naresh

Huirem Naresh, a resident of Keishamthong Elangbam has been with Imphal Times since its start, 2013. He handles mostly Press release and announcement related news. Naresh is also a social worker. He can be emailed at [email protected]

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Guwahati, Sept 23:

“The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 aims at producing students who have skills in problem-solving and who are employable individuals,” said Union Minister of Education Dr. RK Ranjan Singh, while speaking as the chief guest at a State level function organised in honour of the National and State award winning teachers at PWD convention and training centre, Guwahati.
While congratulating the awardees, Dr RK Ranjan Singh expressed hope that Assam would continue its exemplary performance with regard to implementation of the NEP 2020.
Dr. RK Ranjan also reiterated the importance of mother tongue in early childhood education to inculcate the process of critical thinking. He further expressed the hope that the teaching fraternity of the State would do its best in realising the objectives set forth by the Union Government in the education sector.
State Education Minister Dr. Ranoj Pegu while speaking on the occasion said that the Assam government was going to immediately implement steps like merger of schools, upgrading of high schools to higher secondary schools and training of Mathematics and Science teachers. Two national awardees Kangkan Kishor Dutta from Jorhat and Binanda Svrargiary from Baksa were felicitated in the function along with 35 State awardees from the secondary, elementary and pre-primary levels. The function was also attended by Dr Haiti Gopal Mahanta, Advisor, Education Department, Government of Assam, Principal Secretary of Education Department B Kalyan Chakravarthy and Special Commissioner of Education department, Preetom Saikia.

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Bishnupur, Aug 27:

Newly appointed Governor of Manipur La. Ganesan visited Indian National Army (INA) memorial at Moirang in Bishnupur district today. La. Ganesan paid floral tributes at the statue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and also paid homage to the INA soldiers. Significantly, INA memorial complex is the first place in the State that the Governor had visited soon after taking oath as the new Governor of Manipur.
La. Ganesan also visited the INA museum located within the complex where the museum curator briefed the Governor on the background information of the photographs, war memorabilia, artworks among others, which are on display at the galleries.
The Governor was accompanied by family members, dignitaries including Raj Bhawan officials, Deputy Commissioner of Bishnupur, Superintendent of Police, ADM of Bishnupur district and other officials.
After coming back to Imphal, Governor paid a visit to Shree Shree Govindajee Temple, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the heart of Imphal city.

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Imphal, Aug 20:

A Covid Awareness Programme of the YOUTH WING of the intending Candidate, Oinam Romen Singh under the theme ROLE OF YOUTHS IN FIGHTING COVID-19 Pandemic was held this afternoon at the residence of the Intending Candidate, Singjamei Oinam Thingel, of Imphal West District, Manipur.
In the Awareness Programme, different Resource Persons including Health Care Workers give their deliverance so that the Youth Wing can fully understand about Covid-19 such a way that the Wing can do a lot in disseminating awareness to the general public.
In fighting the Covid-19 Pandemic in the State of Manipur, The Youths should take the main role, the Warriors asserted.
Speaking on the Occasion, Oinam Romen Singh, Intending Candidate of the Singjamei Assembly Constituency said that giving awareness to the general populace to fight the Covid-19 Pandemic and also to protect from infections is the main challenges of the Youths. Without the role of the Youths, nothing can be done successfully. In order to contain the Covid-19 situation in the Singjamei Assembly Constituency and abroad, such an Awareness Programme is very important. Giving Awareness to the public is only the key to lock out the confusion among the public regarding the Pandemic in terms of vaccination and also testing, only this the public can be awarded so that they can get vaccinated and tested, he contended. Not only giving awareness to the people of the Constituency, the Youth Wing will also work beyond the Constituency so that everybody can be awarded. Taking preventive measures is a major cause of concern, Romen assured.
The programme was held with strict adherence of Covid-19 Protocols

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Imphal, Aug. 17:

Amid the surge of second wave of Covid-19 pandemic, Lions Club of Imphal Greater today distributed essential commodities to the 25 visually impaired students/inmates of Government Ideal Blind School, Takyel, Imphal. The program was organised under the Global theme of Lions Clubs International “Feed the Hunger Project”.

Altogether 25 bags of essential commodities each containing 20 kgs of Rice, 1 litre of edible oil, 1 kg of dal, 1 kg of potato, 1 kg of onion, 1 kg of sugar, 30 pcs of egg, soap, toothpaste, tea leaves, detergent powder and snacks were distributed to the 25 visually impaired students/inmates. The distribution program led by Lion Ashok Konjengbam, President of the Lions Club was organised in association with Sakura- an online marketing company of Manipur which contributed snacks and breakfast items. The distribution of the commodities was also reached out to the doorsteps of the students who were confined to their homes due to Covid pandemic with the help of SAVI (Sports Association of Visually Impaired). The event was also attended by key Lion members of the Club.

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