Model Christian College organises its 15th Fresher’s Meet

Model Christian College organised its 15th Fresher’s Meet on the 25th August 2023 at the college auditorium. The event kick started with invocation by Dzuvarou Khamai (President EU) and a welcome note by Ajunlo Kent, (President MCCSC) followed by three rounds of the Mister and Miss Fresher contest. The subtitle winners for the contest were Tuto Zhimo, Pensimyile Hau, Elunso K, Zashebonu Savi, Felix Kath, and Ruguozeu Zatsu respectively.

Shilumoa Longkumer and Pensimyile Hau were declared Mister and Miss Fresher 2023. Vizono Khesoh,(Dean of Student’s Welfare), exhorted the students to always be prepared in life and to see the silver lining in every circumstance. The programme ended with a benediction pronounced by Wewa-u Mero (Asst. Professor and Advisor EU).

MCC holds 3rd edition of Phoenix 2023

Model Christian College hosted the third edition of inter-collegiate talent hunt ‘Phoenix 2023’. The competition provides a platform for students to showcase their talents.

The judges for the event were Mar Jamir, vocalist of the well known band Polar Lights and Moasunep Jingru, EAC, Kohima.

Mhaluno Phesao of Patkai Christian College bagged the 1st position with a cash prize of INR 15,000, while, Chemjungli S. Sangtam  of Modern College won the 2nd position with a cash prize of INR 10,000 and Karini Karang of Model Christian College bagged the 3rd position with a cash prize of INR 5,000.

Consolation prizes of INR 1000 each were awarded to 5 participants from Don Bosco College, St. Joseph’s college, KROS college, Japfu Christian College and Kohima Science College.

During the event, Dr. Luke Rymbai, Principal of MCC delivered the welcome address, while the vote of thanks was delivered by Asst. Professor and Event Co-ordinator Bichumo N. Lotha.

Altogether 11 colleges participated in the event.

Model Christian College (MCC) organized a second edition of inter-collegiate talent hunt, Phoenix 2022.

The competition has been conceptualized to provide a platform for the students to showcase their talents. The three-judge panel of the competition included Miss Virie (singer, songwriter and composer), Mr. Kevisa Khamo (HR Manager and Event Coordinator of Musician’s Guild, and proprietor Go-getters enterprises) and Miss Lam Grace Touthang ( Director of Nagaland Dance Fiesta, proprietor of MYC Lam Grace Dance Studio). Mr. Pfutsuveilo Ladu of Model Christian College won the first position with a cash prize of Rs. 15,000. Miss Hümünülü Curhah of Patkai Christian College won second position with a cash prize of Rs. 10,000. The third position with a cash prize of Rs. 5,000 went to Mr Roshan Narzari of St. Joseph College. Consolation prizes of Rs. 1,000 each were awarded to five participants, namely, Miss Kunili Ayeh of St. John College, Miss Angela Tamang of Oriental College, Miss Sentieinla Kichu of Don Bosco College, Mr. Tahimu Trakha of Kohima College and Mr. Gideon Sumi of Tetso College. During the event, Principal Dr. Luke Rymbai gave a welcome address while vote of thanks was delivered by Asst. Prof. And Even Coordinator Jamkhanmoi Tombing. Altogether 13 colleges participated in the event.

Model Christian College with the rest of the country observed Teachers‟ Day

Model Christian College with the rest of the country observed Teachers‟ Day on the 5th of September, 2022, at the College Auditorium. Professor, Dr. Buno S. Liegise, HoD, Education Department, Nagaland University, Meriema Campus was the guest speaker for the program. The hosts for the event were Ms. Karini of BA 1st semester and Mr. Shembo of BA 1st semester. Speech on behalf of the students was delivered by Mr. Tongwang Yanglem of 5th semester.
Dr. Buno Legiese, speaking on the topic „Developing Professionalism in the Context of NEP 2020‟ said„NEP 2020‟closed the separation between arts, science and commerce and is transforming the higher education system into a multidisciplinary one. With the new system, the role of a teacher is more like a facilitator than a „gatekeeper of information.‟ She added, the pedagogy is changing towards student led learning.
Liegise also emphasized that professionalism has two important characteristics: competence and commitment and that It is the need of the hour. A teacher must be aware of one‟s shortcomings and work on it. Teachers are encouraged to engage in research activities. Commitment includes being punctual, being competent in the class and being able to communicate and express the subject matter. To have a right attitude towards one‟s profession is considered a must. She concluded her speech by quoting W.A. Ward, “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires”.