PEACE KNIT

In NEISSR, the students are organised in several forums in addition to the three-specialisation subject to create more space for creative expressions of hidden talents among the students. Likewise, the forum organises specific programs that are directly related to their area of interest such as ‘We knit’ by the community Forum, ‘Peace Knit’ by the Peace Forum and ‘Youth knit’ by Youth Development Forum.

The Peace Forum organise an annual program called "Peace Knit," inviting peace activists and well-known personalities in the field of peace-building for panel discussions, talks, and seminars. In partnership with Peace Channel, NEISSR acknowledges individuals annually who have contributed to peace-building and conflict transformation in Nagaland and the North East India region by conferring the "PEACE AWARD."

YOUTH KNIT

In NEISSR, the students are organised in several forums in addition to the three-specialisation subject to create more space for creative expressions of hidden talents among the students. Likewise, the forum organises specific programs that are directly related to their area of interest such as ‘We knit’ by the community Forum, ‘Peace Knit’ by the Peace Forum and ‘Youth knit’ by Youth Development Forum.

Youth Knit is an annual program organized by the Youth Forum, featuring well-known personalities for panel discussions, talks, and seminars. The program also includes debate, motivational talk, extempore speech, etc., inviting students from different colleges to participate, promoting a culture of oneness and friendship.

WE KNIT

In NEISSR, the students are organised in several forums in addition to the three-specialisation subject to create more space for creative expressions of hidden talents among the students. Likewise, the forum organises specific programs that are directly related to their area of interest such as ‘We knit’ by the community Forum, ‘Peace Knit’ by the Peace Forum and ‘Youth knit’ by Youth Development Forum. 


"We Knit" is an annual student-centric program organized by the Community Forum. The program aims to bring the community together for panel discussions on social issues, featuring various resource persons specialized in different fields. It provides a platform for students to organize, participate, and learn.