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Published on: May 23 2015


Livingstone Foundation Hr. sec. School participated in the first ever Techno-Cultural Festival of the National Institute of Technology, Dimapur entitled EKARIKTHIN 2015. The programme which was held on 8th and 9th May 2015 saw students from various schools and colleges participating in various Techno-Cultural Events. Shri. Athili Khatipri, Director, Higher & Technical Education Department, Govt. of Nagaland graced the function as the Chief Guest. Some of the major cultural events included Dance (Tune to Tap), Singing (Earobies), Quiz (Inquizitive), Painting (Impressions), Debate (Oculus), Collage Making (Elysian), Spelling (Spell Craft), School Fun Games (Funtastic), Computer Games (Game Fiesta) like FIFA, Counter Strike, etc. and Photography. The Tecnical events included Techie Twist, Steam d Boat and Science Exhibition.
The Stonites as usual outshone many of the participants at the Techno-Cultural event. Mr. Ghukha Achumi of Grade-12 Sc. won the 2nd Prize in the Pencil Sketch category whereas in the Fabric and Water Colour category Master Abhijit Das of Grade-10 and Mr. Joshua Metha of Grade-12 Sc. won the 1st Prize and 3rd Prize respectively. In the Solo Song category, Miss Sarah M. Yepthomi of Grade-12 Arts bagged the 3rd Prize while in the Photography event, Master Kilentemsu I. Sangtam of Grade-9 and Master Dieku Losou of Grade-10 won the 2nd Prize and 3rd Prize respectively.
The Stonites were equally impressive when it came to the Technical Events. In the Steam d Boat event the Livingstone duo, Mr. Kilenmeren and Mr. Kavibo Achumi of Grade-12 Sc. secured the 2nd position. The team of young Stonite Scientists comprising Master Rohit Das, Master Jay Sethi and Miss Akuminla Pongen, all from Grade-10, won the First Prize in the Science Exhibition where they demonstrated their model on EARTH COOLING SYSTEM. In the same event, the other team of young Scientists which included Mr. Longtiba L. Y. Thonger, Mr. Isak E. Assumi and Miss. Chilini Kayina, all from Grade-12 Sc., bagged the 2nd prize for their exhibition on APPLICATION OF BERNOULLI'S THEOREM BY MANUFACTURING SIMPLER VERSIONS OF HYDRAULIC LIFTS.
According to a report filed by Mr. Vernon Fernandez, Asst. Teacher, all together 45 students from various classes participated in the different events. The teachers in-charge from Livingstone Foundation Hr. Sec. School for the Ekarikthin 2015 were Mr. Vernon Fernandez, Mr. Bhisma Hazarika, Mr. Sandeep Sarkar, Mr. Imlitemjen, Mr. Arnab Gupta and Ms. Kajenkala. The overall objective behind the competition was to motivate and expose young children to dream for technology and to groom them for the future and thus make them feel that they have hidden talents to explore and expose.