6th Edition of Edu Fest concludes in Ukhrul

Ukhrul: Something different happened at UBC Jubilee Hall. Something so exciting and new that leaves the young souls and minds to carry them along with it in the days to come like a great tide, something that lets their minds blaze and burn for more knowledge and motivation. The three day long Edu Fest 2023, which kicked off on 12 October 2023 wrapped up on Saturday with great excitement, great enthusiasm and a ray of hope. 

Attending the closing programme as chief guest, ex-MLA of 44-Ukhrul Assembly Constituency, Alfred K Arthur lauded the initiative of the organizers for creating a platform for young minds to compete and exchange ideas. Alfred K Arthur stated “We grow when we work and perform as one. The attitude shown by our young un-corrupt minds is indeed a joy to experience today.”

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Alfred K Arthur asked the students, When you get up in the morning, how many of you look into the mirror before going to school? All the students responded in the affirmative by raising their hands. This tells us that we love ourselves. Love yourselves, respect yourself and that is how we move on. Because you are all God’s beautiful creations.

“My challenge is very simple, till the time we have the 7th edition, let us promise that we will wake up every morning and look in the mirror and love the person in the mirror with all our heart, mind and soul and grow stronger to fulfill our dreams. Take your life seriously, look into the mirror everyday and look for the good in everything and promise yourself to be a good person. Live your life to the fullest. Today in our society, employable and educated youth are so small in number. Work hard, listen to your parents and your teachers. They are your gods. Respect your colleagues and they will respect you. God bless you all” concluded Alfred K Arthur.

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SDO/SDM of Ukhrul Block, Suranjoy M Singh and DGM of MSPDCL Ukhrul, Akui L Shimray attended the closing programme as special guests. 

The overall team champion was awarded to Savio Higher Secondary School.

In the quiz competition, Alice Christian Higher Secondary School was declared the winner. Little Angels English School and Ukhrul Central School clinched the second and third positions respectively. 

In the spelling bee category I, St George’s School was declared the winner. Maringmi Memorial School and EDIFY were declared the second and third position holders.

In spelling bee category II, EDIFY was declared the winner. OTC Junior’s Academy and Alice Christian Higher Secondary School bagged the second and third positions respectively.

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In spelling bee category III, Savio Higher Secondary School was declared the winner. St George School and Patkai Christian Academy were the title holders of second and third positions respectively. 

In the My Dreams (futurological project) competition, Jesus Goodwill School was declared the winner with a cash prize of Rs 10000. The second and third positions went to KTL Excel Higher Secondary School and St George School respectively. 

In the extempore speech competition, Savio Higher Secondary School took the first position. St George School and Jesus Goodwill School were declared the second and third positions respectively.

In the cultural show competition, Oriental Naga Academy was declared the winner. St Mary and St George secured the second and third positions respectively. 

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In the MIME competition, Ukhrul Public School was declared the winner. KTL Excel Higher Secondary School and Oriental Naga Academy bagged the second and third positions respectively.

In the acapella competition, Savio Higher Secondary School was declared the winner. St George School and Scholar Pakshimi High School bagged the second and third positions respectively.

In the painting competition, the sub junior category, Ukhrul Central School bagged the first position. Second and third positions were bagged by Kendriya Vidyalaya Ukhrul and Savio Higher Secondary School. In the Junior Category, KTL Excel Higher Secondary School was declared the winner. Sacred Heart Higher Secondary School and Jesus Goodwill School were declared the second and third positions respectively. In the senior category, Ukhrul Public School took the first position. The second and third positions were secured by Sacred Heart Higher Secondary School and Savio Higher Secondary School respectively.

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The district administration of Ukhrul and North East Foundation for Education and Culture (NEFEC), the joint organisor of the programme, successfully conducted and hosted the 6th edition of Edu Fest 2023 at Ukhrul Headquarters with hundreds of students participating from 23 schools. The next edition of Edu Fest will be conducted in the second week of October 2024.

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