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Livingstone School Ranked # 13 in India and # 1 in Dimapur and # 1 in Nagaland

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Smt. Zeenath Aman Inaugurating New School Building

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FROM CHAIRMANS DESK

 

The great American poet Ralph Waldo Emerson’s famous quote reads:
“Sow a thought and you reap an action; sow an act and you reap...

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MOUNTAIN ECHOES FESTIVAL BHUTAN 2019

 

Livingstone Foundation International had a rare privilege of being invited to the 10th edition of the Mountain Echoes Festival 2019 which was held in Thimphu, Bhutan from 23rd to 25th August 2019. LFI was represented...

 

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LFI BOARDERS ADVENT CHRISTMAS & THANKSGIVING CELEBRATION 2019

 

The LFI Boarders Advent Christmas and Thanksgiving Celebration was held at the LFI Hostel Campus on 7th December 2019. This year the programme was made all the more eventful by a grand and memorable Thanksgiving Dinner for the Parents and...

 



 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

 

Oct

1

SEMINAR BY KAZIRANGA UNIVERSITY 2018

A Motivational Seminar on the topic ‘An Insight into Success’ was conducted at the LFHSS Auditorium by the Kaziranga University, Jorhat for the Grade-XII Science students on 1st October 2018. The programme which began at 1:30 PM was led by Mr. Zakir Hussain, Coordinator, LFHSS who welcomed the gathering and introduced the resource persons from Kaziranga University.
The main Speaker of the event was Mr. Bobby Roy, Dean of Marketing and Admissions, Kaziranga University. He was accompanied by Mr. Rahul Sen, Marketing Manager of Kaziranga University and Mr. Babul Bhuzal, Senior Executive, Kaziranga University.  The workshop was mainly conducted to motivate the Grade-XII Science students to become successful in the future.
The speaker, Mr. Bobby mainly spoke on the meaning and implication of success in a student’s life. He also highlighted the qualities necessary for achieving success in an individual where energy, enthusiasm and excitement were key elements. Through the real life story of Lin Hao, a young Chinese student who led the Olympic Contingents at the Beijing Olympics in 2018 and how daringly he took the initiative of rescuing his classmates during an earthquake, he urged the students to take the initiative as it is the first step that drives leadership and hence leads to success. He also advised the students to be smart workers as it is the need of the hour.
Mr. Bobby highlighted the eight elements of success viz. Development of a good self-image, Confidence, Faith, Discipline, Setting of Goals, Perseverance, Creativity and Passion. The students greatly benefitted by the workshop wherein they also participated in numerous activities where they received gifts too.

Sep

27

DSSU BIENNIAL FRESHERS’ MEET CUM FELICITATION PROGRAMME 2018

The Dimapur Sumi Students’ Union (DSSU) held its Biennial Freshers’ Meet cum Felicitation Programme 2018 at IMC Hall, Dimapur on 27th September 2018 on the theme ‘Shaping Visions with the Chairman of Livingstone Foundation Hr. Sec. School, Dr. Andrew Ahoto and the Founding Director of Youth Net, Miss Hekani Jakhalu as the Guest Special Invitee and Theme Speaker respectively.
In his inspiring speech to the gathering, Dr. Ahoto exhorted the students not to be just takers but givers to the society. He cited the example of the Dead Sea which, he said only receives; while the river Galilee thrives with life “when both get fed from the same source – the river Jordan”. Saying that there is more in giving than in taking, he further exhorted the students to be always honest and hospitable in life – traits for which Nagas were, and are, well-known for.
On the occasion, the DSSU felicitated Dr. Ahoto on his achievement of being honoured with the prestigious title “The Education Icon of the Year 2018” by Education Today at the North Educators Summit and School Merit Awards Meet held at Harayana on September 8  for his contributions in the field of education.
The Theme Speaker, Ms. Hekani Jakhalu reminded the students to keep God as their foundation, or else everything will fail’. Speaking on the theme ‘Shaping vision’, she urged the students and the youths to take life very seriously ‘considering the tremendous competition in the job market today’. She lamented that the students, though they have a degree, were just not ready for the market; therefore, she urged the students to make use of the ‘internet age wisely.’
During the meet, the titles of Mr. & Ms. Freshers were bagged by Mr. Mughapu Assumi of United Colony SKK and Ms. Ilokali D. Zhimo of Patkai Christian College SKK respectively. All together 30 students from Livingstone Foundation Hr. Sec. School also took part in the programme.


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