Dr. Antoly Swu
“Nagaland needs more Professional Social Workers” who will be able to bring positive changes in the life of our people”
The North East Institute of Social Sciences and Research today celebrated the 8th Freshers’ Day on 26th of August 2022 organised by the NEISSR fraternity. Dr. Antoly Swu, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Dimapur grace the occasion as chief guest. Speaking on the occasion the chief guest reiterated the importance of professional social work for bettering the life of people in the society especially in times when social interaction and mental health remains new challenges in post Covid-19 scenarios. She also said we need more social workers to address the social issues and find strategic solutions to compact the issues of our communities. She also congratulated and appreciated the students for choosing NEISSR the professional college for fulfilling their dreams. She concluded her message with a powerful message that we all need to work hard to achieve the dreams and , “there is no substitute for hard work. The occasion also marked the induction of the first batch of Bachelor in Social Work. Seniors welcome 125 new students across MSW and BSW courses. Fr. Lawrence Khing, Vice Principal and Administrator, NEISSR welcome and blessed the program. Fr. C.P. Anto, the Principal of NEISSR addressed the freshers by congratulating and welcoming them to the NEISSR fraternity to explore and find their real dreams. He stressed the importance of materialising dreams into reality. ” it’s a place as social workers find real meaning to start their mission for the communities. He also stressed on the uniqueness of the institute and professional progressive circles. In the second session Mr & Miss Fresher was conducted and the title went to Miss. Juli Zhimomi and Mr. James Quinker.The program ended with a prayer by Fr. Robin Thomas, Asst.