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MLCU welcomes new batch

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  26 Aug 2017 12:00 AM GMT

From A Reporter

SHILLONG, Aug 25: Martin Luther Christian University (MLCU) officially welcomed its new batch of students for the academic year 2017-2018 at the MLCU Orientation Programme held at the Madan Mawarling Umpling, Dong Shaneng, here on Friday. A total of 558 new students have enrolled for different courses of the university.

Addressing the students, Dr Glenn C Kharkongor said, "MLCU is one of the friendliest universities, making it the happiest university."

He added that students are the topmost priority of varsity authority, and that the teaching and learning process is done in a very stress-free environment.

Academic Officer Lititia A Suchiang gave a brief presentation on Experiential Learning, and the different activities conducted by the departments as part of Experiential Learning.

Controller Evaluation and Examition Dr Iwamon WJ Laloo gave a presentation on system of Evaluation in the University which is the Continuous Formative Evaluation that has been practiced in the University since its inception in 2006.

She also added that MLCU prides itself on using different evaluating techniques depending on the students' capabilities and hence helping each student to achieve his or her academic success.

Meanwhile, State Resource Centre for Women Mission Director Ivyreen Warjri, who is an alumnus of the MLCU, spoke at length about her experiences at the university.

She added that her choice to join MLCU was a blessing and that the varsity is one of the reasons that she has been able to achieve such success in her life.

Warjri encouraged the students to utilise every opportunity that the university provides them, because in the long run their time at the varsity will be a one of the best times ever.

Skits on Experiential Learning by the students of the Department of Social Work and on Evaluation and Policies by the Department of Magement and Commerce Studies were presented during the Orientation with the aim to expose the new students to all the different aspects of the University.

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