Dimapur Govt. College organized a virtual talk titled “Revisiting India’s Independence” to commemorate 75 years of India’s independence (Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav) on the 13th of August 2021.
The program was chaired by Moamongla Aier, Assistant Professor, dept of Pol. Science while Dr. Vitsosie Vupru, Assistant Professor, dept. of Economics gave the introductory remarks.
Vivi Swu, Assistant Professor, dept of History, talked about the three phases of India’s national movement, namely,
- The Moderate Phase (1885- 1905)
- The Extremist Phase (1905- 1919)
- The Gandhian Phase (1919- 1947)
She explained how the process of fighting for freedom from the British rule went through these three phases to ultimately culminate in a successful declaration of independence in 1947.
The dept. of History presented a video titled “A Portrait of Women Freedom fighters from Northeast India” which focused on three women freedom fighters from the NE- Rani Gaidinliu, Chandraprabha Saikiani and Manorama Banerjee. The objective of presenting the women freedom fighters from the region was to provide a perspective of learning history from the margins and acknowledge the sacrifices and acts of bravery of these women for nationhood.
This was followed by concluding remarks from Meripeni Ngully, HoD, dept of History.
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