From Left-Tania, Elite, Kihika, Akumlong, Atolika and Grace
Fine Arts Club students creating awareness through their posters.
Anti-tobacco calendar created by class 7 students.
Students wearing anti-tobacco badges during the entire Anti-Tobacco week created by themselves.
Students taking pledge to never start or consume tobacco.
Honourable Chairman LSHSS(Madam Nini Sekhose) and Director(Sir Vihutuo) With Best Academic Performer Kimridi Thausen(Science) and Nonya Konyak(Arts)
Jongpongtsung T Imchen 12 A Arts 100 Percent Attendance Certificate From Respected Principal, LSHSS
Megoriesa Punyii 12A Sc 100 Percent Certificate from Director, LSHSS
Choba N Chang 12 A Arts 100 percent attendance Certificate from Principal, LSHSS
Megoriesa Punyii 12A Sc 100 Percent Attendance Certificate from Honourable Director,LSHSS
Nokdensang Longkumer 12B Sc 100 Percent Attendance Certificate from Honourable Director, LSHSS
Reetu Rawat 12ASc 100 Percent Attendance Certificate from Honourable Director, LSHSS
Rhonthunglo Mozhui 12B Sc 100 Percent Attendance Certificate from Honourable Director, LSHSS
Sweety Chakraborty 12 A Arts 100 percent attendance Certificate from Principal, LSHSS
Temjensungla Jamir 12B Sc 100 Percent Attendance Certificate from Honourable Director, LSHSS
Tsenlamo Ezung 12A Sc 100 Percent Attendance Certificate from Honourable Director, LSHSS
Little Star Hr. Sec. School launched its Digital Book on Women titled “Super Women, Super Moms” in celebration of International Women’s Day, 8th March 2023. The articles are written by the students. for and about women who have inspired them, and about the International Women’s Day, which puts special focus on the role of women. All the entries are very good. But out of all the entries, 3 entries were chosen as first among equals, they are “Celebrate Being a Women” by Engpangnaro of Class 8, “Women are Special” by Mercy Taochila Jamir of Class-10 and “International Women’s Day “by Najia Sultana of Class-8. The digital was launched in the Morning Assembly of the School by the Chairman, LSHSS assisted by Madam Nukshizenla and Miss Alemla.
Engpangnaro of Class 8
Mercy Taochila Jamir of Class-10
Najia Sultana of Class-8
Little Star Hr. Sec. School will be providing Bridge Classes for students who have appeared the HSLC Examination 2023 and are planning to take up Science in Class 11.
The Classes for the Bridge course will start from 12th April 2023 at 9:00 a.m.- to 1:00 pm From Monday to Friday till declaration of HSLC results.
Subjects will be as follows:-
- Computer Science
Registration for the Bridge Classes may be done either by filling up the following Google Form or contacting any of the Class 10 teachers.
Theme :- Naga Thali
As part of the Annual Cultural, Literary and Sports Competitions Week, Little Star Hr. Secondary School has conducted House- Wise Cooking Competition for High School and Higher Secondary School Students on 3rd and 7th September, 2022 respectively in the School Dining Hall. The participants of the competition were the members of the Cookery Club of the School. The Competition was held as a learning experience for the students and to emphasize the value of traditional Naga food.
The Competition was judged by Mr. Joel Basumatary, one of the Master Chefs of Nagaland, who is also the owner of Smokey Joe’s. The teachers in charge of the Competitions were Madam Sudha for the High School section and Miss Imnasungla Aier for Hr. Secondary section.
Altogether 48 students participated in the competition. Every house in both the sections was represented by 6 students each. The students brought the ingredients in accordance with the theme of the Competition which was ‘Naga Thali’. The preparation, cooking and presentation of the finished product, was done within the allotted time of one hour 20 minutes.
The competition saw the students creating exotic Naga thalis with authentic easily available traditional ingredients. The Thalis included rejuvenating drinks like Rhus Chinesis Sumac with ginger etc.
The students prepared healthy dishes like boiled millet, yam curry, dried pork with fermented soya beans, winged beans chutney, black rice pudding, chicken broth, and many more using traditional recipes and recipes tweaked with other traditional items.
The dishes were served creatively tickling the taste buds of the onlookers.
Each House served 4-5 items on the ‘Naga Thali’. .
The winners of the competition were-
High School Category
1) 1st position- Green House
- Molungsunep Ozkhum 9C
- Wonchio 9C
- Sentijungla 9D
- Tovikali Sema 9C
- Limaakum 10A
- Sentikala 10C
Higher Secondary Category
1) 1st position- Blue House
- Temsujang Longkumer 11CArts
- Moivam M Phom 12 A Sc
- Mutsilu Nyekha 12B Sc
- Yungle L Angh 12CArts
- Pomei H Konyak 11B Arts
- Liani T Achumi 11BArts
Little Star Hr. Sec. School, Dimapur, felicitated the State Rank Holders of the School along with the Teachers on 26th July 2021 at the School Hall observing all the SOPs.
Five Rank Holders from Class 10 and two Rank Holders of Class 12, including Ohiduz Zaman, the First Rank Holder in Science Stream of the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate and Pungbale Rangkhau, the State Female Topper in Science Stream and the Topper among Nagas in the Science Stream.
The Program started with invocation from Miss Ruphes Sakhrie, the Hr. Secondary Science Stream Supervisor, The Chairman, Madam Nini Sekhose welcomed the gathering. The Principal, Madam Christina Neikhrienuo gave a powerpoint presentation on the summary of the results. She said that good results are always a collective effort of the entire faculty and the parents . Building a strong academic foundation starts from Pre school itself. So, not forgetting all the other teachers who have contributed to this result behind the scenes. The school was happy to see the hostellers in the top and 80%+ list. She congratulated and thanked all the matrons, wardens and Hostel Superintendent for guiding the hostellers so well. She thanked the wonderful dedicated team of class 10 and 12 teachers. She acknowledged how they had worked so tirelessly with such determination and ambition no matter what challenges we faced last year. She said the teachers readily and willing took up the tough transition from offline to online and guidance classes. Though the sudden change was not easy, the teachers became computer savvy overnight. Their willingness to learn is what pushed the school and students forward. She congratulated all the successful students once again.
Out of seven Rank Holders, three Rank holders spoke on the occasion, namely, Ohiduz Zaman, Nonya Konyak and Pungbale Rangkau. Pungbale reminisced about the ten wonderful years she had spent in the school.
The Director Sir Vihutuo spoke about the joy of teaching this outgoing batch. They were like sponges absorbing every bit of information. He had come to know and love every one of them and congratulated them for their excellent results. He did not just see them as toppers in their fields but he saw them as children with inquisitive minds, beautiful personalities who were not afraid even to advise him at times when he asked for it.
Ohiduz Zaman was felicitated for achieving the Number One position in Science stream. He was also the State Topper in Computer Science. For the first time in the history of the Board, the State Topper got 100 in Computer Science in Class 12. The School gave him a cash award of Rs. 25,000/-. His overall percentage was 96%.
Pungbale Rangkau, the 4th Rank in Science Stream is also the State Girl Topper and the Topper among Nagas in the Higher Secondary Leaving Certificate, Science Stream. Her overall percentage was 94%. She is the Female State Topper and the Naga Topper in Science Stream. She was awarded Rs. 15,000/- by the school.
Overall Results of HSSLC Science Stream : 33 students – 1st Division, 5 students – 2nd Division, 1 student – 3rd Division
2 students in 90%+. 100% pass in English, Alt English, Physics, Biology and Computer Science
Overall results of HSSLC Arts Stream : 52 students- 1st Division, 41 students- 2nd Division, 4 students- 3rd Division
1 student in 90%+ 6 students in 80%+
Five students were Rank Holders in HSLC 2021. Emil Moncy Oomen, 4th Rank 97.6%, Nonya Konyak 9th Rank, State Topper in Social Science, 97% , Kimridi Thousen, 16th Rank, 96% , Rila Sangtam, 20th Rank, 95.50%, Imlijungba Aier, 20th Rank, State Topper in Science, 95.50% .
Overall results of HSLC 2021 :
17 students in 90%+ and 49 students achieved 80%+.
100% pass in English, Alt. English , Hindi and Environment Education.
All the Rank Holders were given cash awards.
Excellence in Teaching Award: The School gave out the “Vihutuo Excellence in Teaching Award”. The following Teachers received cash awards commensurate to their achievements, Miss Helen (English), Madam Nukshizenla (Alt. English), Miss Nangshienla (Environment), Sir Bikash(Social Science), Sir Medemenba (FIT), Madam Christina (Music), Madam Jennifer (Science), Sir Deb Kumar Gautam (Hindi), Sir Bidyut (Mathematics),Miss Inzuigongle (Physics), Miss Temsulemla (English), Sir Vihutuo (Computer Science), Sir Sadikul (Computer Science), Miss Khrielenuo(Chemistry), Miss Rupheus (Biology), Miss Mapunungla (Alt English),Miss Neishedeno (Sociology), Miss Imnajungla (History), Madam Sushmita (History).
The programme ended with a vote of thanks from the Moderator, Madam Nukshizenla and benediction by Sir. P.V. Francis, Chaplain cum Hostel Superintendent.
Chairman, Little Star Hr. Sec. School, Dimapur.