Responding to Covid-19

As Covid-19 begins to hit our area harder and we were unable to continue our daily teaching activities, our resources also began to decreased gradually. It was during that tAs Covid-19 begins to hit our area harder and we were unable to continue our daily teaching activities, our resources also began to decreased gradually. It … Responding to Covid-19 Read More »

Gardening – the way forward

Sharing together what we had was the only way to welcome Covid -19. Like everyone else around the world, we have our own challenges as we cannot do our duties. Gardening was one of our responses to Covid-19 Pandemic. When normal shopping activities were not possible, we grow vegetables by ourselves and support our kitchen … Gardening – the way forward Read More »

New Publication – Relevance of Thempu in Pastoral Ministry

The book, ‘Relevance of Thempu in Pastoral Ministry’ is a groundbreaking project as the author ventures into exploring the richness and relevance of indigenous wisdom for pastoral ministry, which never was a possibility until a recent past. The strengths of the book lie in the scientific methodology applied, the firsthand empirical studies conducted and the … New Publication – Relevance of Thempu in Pastoral Ministry Read More »

PG Dip in Indigenous Studies Inaugurated

Our long awaited 1-Year Post-Graduate Diploma in Indigenous Studies was virtually inaugurated on the 30th of August and classes began on the 1st of September. We have students from different places including Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and from different parts of North East India. This is a Bridge Programme for PhD studies in Indigenous studies.

Class Xth Results 2020

This is the second consecutive year that all our students cleared their class Xth examinations at the State level Board Examinations. While two of our students got 2nd class, the remaining four students stood in first class. This is a great news for the school.

Tree Plantation in the Campus

We have planted around 100 saplings in our campus in the month of July. The Government of Manipur has given us those saplings for which we remained grateful. Many of them are fruit trees that will become sources of income for our Children’s Home when they bear fruits.

The first Khankho Day in the United Kingdom

While more and more people observed Khankho Day each year, tor the first time in the history, Khankho Day was observed on the 7th of March 2019 in Glasgow, the United Kingdom. Some cleared a church patio and swept it clean, broad bean seeds were planted in the community garden, others fed birds, planted seeds … The first Khankho Day in the United Kingdom Read More »

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