Disseminate, promote and provide education in Nagaland
Kohima | July, 1st
The Miraculum Society, whose motto is “nurture and build”, was officially launched here at the Crescent International Hotel on July 1st. The Miraculum Society (TMS), Nagaland, was established by Vikuonuo Sachu, former Miss Nagaland 2019.
The word Miraculum is a Latin word meaning ‘Miracle, Wonder and Wonder.’ It will be a non-profit charitable society and will operate/perform services throughout Nagaland regardless of tribe and creed.
Sachu said he was formed with the purpose of promoting and spreading education. It would also help and improve the welfare of less privileged people. The main objective of this organization is to provide opportunities for study and research and to make the results available to all by organizing educational seminars and meetings, said Sachu, president of TMS.
It would also offer cooperation and assistance to charitable programs that are consistent with the aims of society, whether such programs are undertaken by the states or central government, by government/state or central agencies.
TMS also aims to actively engage in educational institutions, spiritual development and to promote cultural understanding between people and to offer assistance and support to such trusts or societies and to respond to their invitation.
“It’s an outlet where people can contribute and help a group or certain societies that are in dire need of help,” Sachu said.
“Forming a company is a big dream for me. And naming it ‘The Miraculum Society’ gave me another reason to believe in fulfillment through prayer, faith, dedication and hard work,” Sachu said. “I believe this society will work for our Almighty Lord,” she said adding, “As the Miraculum Society works to reshape and redefine the little things that matter in our society, we are taking a step more toward rebuilding humanity and life toward a greater purpose.”
CCC Noklak Project
The CCC (Creative Center for Children) project with Music and Arts Working Group as a talent partner has also been launched for Noklak district to provide access to learning materials for residents of border areas .
TMS, Deputy Secretary General, Agnis Ngullie, informed that this project concerns the construction of a library and a creativity center for children. The mission of Library Building is to create, develop and strengthen reading habits in young children and new writers.
It also aims to support formal and informal education, provide opportunities for personal development, raise awareness of cultural heritage, support spoken word, ensure access to all kinds of community information, facilitate the development of information and computer skills and to support and participate in literacy. programs for all age groups. The primary role of establishing this library is to give young minds the opportunity to use their creativity, intelligence and effort.
Stating that the children’s section of the public library is organized and operated in such a way that they receive special attention from an early age, TMS said: “This section can be equipped with pictures, children’s books, toys, etc. which can develop and stimulate creative attitudes and personal growth in children.
To achieve this, programs such as film screenings, fancy dress, story time, plays, recitations, etc. can be organized to educate children.
“If our children receive their creativity development sets, they will keep in mind and follow when they get older and can behave as good citizens of the community,” he observed.
“We have to change our young generation”
Earlier, while inaugurating TMS, Dr. Andrew Ahoto Sema, Chairman of the National People’s Party, Nagaland, hoped that this society would bring a lot of reforms to nurture our society and also beyond the state borders.
Right now, he said, the younger generation is quite good in many ways and they can do wonders and miracles. We have to change our younger generation, he said. He also challenged the younger generation to look beyond and help each other.
Stating that Nagas change for good through good hospitality and a good heart, he said, “I wish our Nagas had a beautiful heart with a beautiful mind.”
‘Never stop dreaming’
Also launching the CCC project, TaFMA Councilor Theja Meru told young people to dream big and never stop dreaming.
“If we don’t dream, we don’t achieve,” he said.
Stating that a good attitude is everything in life, he told the youngsters to start thinking about the aspects that “Nagaland has 2 million dreams”.
He also wanted to see Nagaland as a land of dreams and a land of opportunities. We can do it if we change our attitude, he said, adding that “if we can change our minds, we can also change Nagaland.”
Previously, the program was chaired by Kevingunyü Mere, project manager and consultant of TMS, while the welcome speech was given by Lovi Jidoji. Sedekhriezo, assistant pastor CRC Bayavii invoked God’s blessing while Keneinguvo Nagi presented a special number. A vote of thanks was proposed by Dode Nakro, Advisor, TMS.