• Mon. Apr 15th, 2024

THE NATIONAL INTEGRATION TOUR TRULY CONNECTED US INDIANS BOTH PHYSICALLY AND EMOTIONALLY : A PROFESSOR OF NAGALAND

Mr. Athikho, a teacher of Modern College Nagaland was a part of the National Integration Tour at Ahmedabad organized by Assam Rifles on behest of Indian Army.

 

“Thank you ASSAM RIFLES for this beautiful opportunity that combined adventure, excitement and learning in the most enjoyable way. The tour truly connected us Indians both physically and emotionally enabling a deeper bond of unity and fraternity. Salute to the Assam Rifles and the stature of India’s position as a global power.”

Meeting with the GOC of Golden Katar Division was a memorable experience for Mr.Athiko.

 

“We were honored to meet the GOC and all officers of the Golden Katar Division and got to experience a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of riding a tank as well.”

They visited the Sabarmati Ashram which is also famously known as Gandhi Ashram and ended the day with a visit to Atal bridge. As the teacher said.

 

“The next day we were all excited to visit the prestigious IIM (INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT) Ahmedabad which has produced personalities like Mallika Sarabhai, Raghuram Rajan and Chetan Bhagat. After the visit, we proceeded to ISRO Ahmedabad which is also known as Vikram Sarabhai Space Exhibition where we got to learn about the miracles of outer space.”

Ahmedabad is truly a magnificent manifestation of human effort. It is a heritage city, not only for India but globally too.

“Our eventful journey also saw us getting the stadium experience with the first match of the ICC MEN’S CRICKET WORLD CUP between England and New Zealand”.

 

“We were able to experience not just the beautiful places and scenic views of Ahmedabad but also the delicious food which were all new to us.We definitely savored every bit and pieces of Ahmedabad; from the varieties of food to the malls and people and everything in between.” – he added.

 

This Nagaland teacher feels this NIT project is a great opportunity for the people of North East.

 

“We look forward to similar ventures and joint collaboration with the Assam Rifles even in the near future as an organization of “Friends of the Hill People”. Mr.Athiko told.

 

(With Inputs from Army Authorities)

 

(Author is a Sr.journalist working for British Media with 20 years of experience in covering the east and northeast, with specialisation in Defence and Sports.In her illustrated career she has covered many major events and achieved International and National media awards for Journalism)

 

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