Report on observance of Day 1 of Vigilance Awareness Week in Dimapur Govt. College on 28th Oct, 2019
Along with the rest of the country, Dimapur Government College observes week-long Vigilance Awareness Week, 2019, starting from 28th October under the theme “Integrity – A way of life.”
A short programme was held in the college on the 28th to mark the beginning of the Vigilance Awareness Week. The programme started with a speech delivered by Dr. Moangkala Longchar, Asst Pofessor,which highlighted the reasons behind the observance. She spoke on the six principles of integrity as stated by Dr Henry Cloud, in his book “Integrity – The courage to meet the demands of reality”. She called upon the gathering to apply the principles of integrity not only to change the world but to change oneself.
Alemla Imsong, Acting-Principal, DGC, administered the Citizens Pledge of Integrity to the gathering consisting of DGC faculty, staff and students. This was followed by
online registrations of integrity pledge.
The program was chaired by Dr Vitosie Vupru, IQAC Co-Ordinator, DGC.
A competition on slogan and poster writing on the theme “Integrity – A way of life” was also held for the students of DGC.
Report of Day-2 of Vigilance Awareness Week, 29th Oct., 2019
As part of Vigilance Awareness Week Observance, Dimapur Govt College Students Council distributed pamphlets to create awareness among citizens regarding the Week and urging all to join the fight against corruption as a first step towards mending the society.
The students were stationed at three different locations – DC Court junction, Tinali Sub-jail junction and Dhobinala Junction and along with the pamphlets they also interacted with the public on the significance of the week.
Report of Day 3 of Vigilance Awareness Week, 30th Oct, 2019
Continuing the observance of the Vigilance awareness week at Dimapur Govt. College, a Walkathon was held this morning from City Clock Tower to the college campus. The walkathon was led by Asso. NCC Officer Mr. E. Lichumthung Kikon, & Senior Under Officer (SUO) Nentong. Joining the walkathon was about 30 NCC cadets, students and some faculty members.
At exactly 6 AM, the walkathon was flagged off by Dr. Vitsosie Vuprü, Coordinator IQAC who also shared some words of encouragement and inspiration to live by, and which brightened and energized the spirits.