15th September, 2022: Department of Education organises a Seminar for students in the 1st Semester Education Honours Programme themed “Time Management”
The Resource Person for this seminar targeted at educating 1st Semester Education Honours students was Kevilenuo Kemp, Assistant Professor, Department of Education. It was made compulsory for the same said students to attend.
3rd September, 2022: Department of Education organised a Field Trip to Kisama
Accompanied by Associate Professors Ketholelie & Dr Visiezolie Yashu from the Department of Education, 37 students opting for the Education Honours Programme from the 5th Semester were taken for a field trip to Kisama Heritage Village.
22nd August, 2022: Department of Education organises Social Work at the College Campus with the 3rd Semester students enrolled in the Education Honour Programme
As part of Social Work, the 3rd Semester students enrolled in the Education Honours Programme participated in a cleaning drive at the Kohima College Campus.
2021: Department of Education organised an educational trip to Kire Farm, Kohima, a site of WWII clash between Japanese & British forces with 6th Semester Education Honours Students
The faculty members of Department of Education organised an educational trip to Kire Farm, Kohima, for 6th Semester students enrolled in the Education Honours Programme. The students witnessed the vestiges of once fired bullet shells, scrap war items. This trip was meant to encourage students to question the futility of wars.
2020: Department of Education organised an educational trip to Poiwa Sheep Farm, Peren District, Nagaland
Around 40 students from 6th Semester Education Honours Programme accompanied by Dr Visiezolie Yashu, Department of Education, visited the one of the last local places in Nagaland where sheep are still reared. They learnt indigenous Naga style of sheep rearing. One the way back, the group also stayed for a short while at the Dzuleke Conservation Village. This trip was meant to inculcate in students the need for preservation & conservation of indigenous practices that are environment friendly.
2019: Department of Education organises an Exposure Trip to Chida Post, Khezhakeno Village, Boundary between Nagaland & Manipur
Accompanied by faculty member, Dr Visiezolie Yashu, Department of Education, 30 student volunteers from the Education Honours Programme visited an important landmark—Chida Post, a land boundary between Nagaland & Manipur. The students were imparted with the idea that political boundaries are imposed & super-imposed by political systems but continuity of biodiverse ecologies on both sides of the States reduce that illusion.
2019: Department of Education organises a 3-Day Exposure Trip to Kolkata, West Bengal
Accompanied by Dr Visiezolie Yashu, faculty member of Department of Education, 25 students from Education Honours Programme visited Kolkata, West Bengal on a 3-day trip. Some places they visited were Victoria Memorial Home, St Paul’s Cathedral, Quest Mall, New Market, Science City, Howrah Bridge, Aquatic Water Park etc.
5th March, 2018: Department of Education Educational trip to Nagaland State Museum with 6th Semester Honours Students
Faculty members of the Department of Education accompanied 6th Semester Education Honours Students to the Nagaland State Museum. Established in the year 1970 by the Nagaland Government, this Museum is a repository of traditional tribal artefacts from over 16 tribes of Nagaland—weaponry, traditional attires, traditional ornamentation, brass & silver artefacts etc