Kohima College pays a farewell homage to Smti. Thinokhrienuo Tseikha, Assoc. Prof., Dept. of Education & Vice-Principal (retd.), Kohima College, Kohima, on 17th November, 2021. As such, a small, intimate programme was organised by the college to appreciate her 35 years of service, the last 2 years of which had seen a great display ofimmersive leadership & endurance from her, during the turmoil of corona pandemic.
The programme saw many special dedicated song performances by faculty members—both individually & as a group. This was interspersed with speeches of gratitude & acknowledgement from many.
Dr Eunice Alinger equated Smti. Tseikha with the ‘proverbial Psalm 31 virtuous woman’, with her gift of diplomacy, her high work ethic & her enduring motto “No work is too small”. Student representative, Shri. Seiyie used PB Shelley’s Ozymandias to point out that unlike the forgotten king there, some kings like Smti. Tseikha leave a legacy in the hearts of all the people they come across.
Reiteration of her superb professional ethics, walking the talk, her humanitarian approach to students, faculty members & ministerial staff etc were spoken about by the representatives of the KCTA-Smti. AbeniZuchamo, Assoc. Prof., Education dept.-Smti. Kaholi Chishi, Assoc. Prof. & ministerial staff members.
Smti. Thinokhrienuo Tseikha, in her speech shared short glimpses of her 35 years of service at Kohima College, having joined right after her Master’s degree programme. She expressed her heartfelt gratitude to all for giving her the opportunity to serve. To quote her, “My joy was to serve”. Her final message pertained to all: To the students to take every opportunity to learn; to the ministerial staff to continue to be the productive wing of the college: & to the faculty members to never give up on any student. She also donated Rs. 1 lakh for the welfare of theKohima College students.
Dr Ralimongla Jamir, Principal, KCK, expressed a sense of mixed sentiment—that of sadness, as a most responsible college member leaves the college family fold & on the other hand, that of happiness, in the light of Smti. Tseikha’s many achievements. She, as the others, saluted Smti. Tseikha’s admirable prof
The final vote of thanks was given by Smti. Megovono, who concludedt