Tening, 20 October (MTNews): Baptist High School Tening celebrated its Golden Jubilee on 20 October with a grand celebration at the school premises. The event featured MLA Namri Nchang as the special guest and was held under the theme “Honoring His Glorious Deeds.”
In his speech, MLA Namri Nchang extended his congratulations to the school’s governing body, headmaster, staff, and students for achieving this significant milestone. Nchang acknowledged the school’s historic journey, which commenced under the Zeliangrong Baptist Association and later transitioned to the Liangmai Baptist Association in 1984. He paid tribute to the pioneers who faced numerous challenges during the school’s early days and praised their dedication and service, which resulted in 50 golden years of success.
The MLA commended the school for providing opportunities to young men and women, enabling them to contribute to the betterment of society. He also expressed his appreciation for the teaching faculty and non-teaching staff for their dedication and sacrifices, which have led to impressive academic results. Nchang emphasized the importance of unity and togetherness in celebrating the spirit of responsibility.
Several other speakers, including ZBCC Secretary Rampaukopoing Michui, Executive Director ABCC Rev. Dr. Rachülie Vihienuo, and Coordinator School Ministry NBCC Imlongchaba, shared their thoughts during the program.
The event was chaired by Assistant Headmistress Khiubunlun Nchang, and Headmaster BHST Kenkhambo delivered the welcome address. A souvenir was released, and a brief history was presented by Executive Secretary LBA Rev. Kitanwi Chewang, while NK Joseph Zeliang, Chairman of the planning committee, delivered the vote of thanks.
The celebration included the unveiling of a Jubilee monolith and a dedicatory prayer by Rev. Kamwang Rentta. Additionally, a program on the foundation layout of the School Auditorium and an extravaganza were held in the afternoon, with Superintending Engineer (Agriculture) GON and President LBA Er. Achakbo Newmai as special guests.