Mizo nula chhelo – nge ‘chhe lo’ zawk

Internet leh facebook vela tawngkam lar tak pakhat chu ‘chhe lo’ or ‘chhelo’ tih hi a ni. Tlangvalin nula hmeltha a tih deuh a hmuhin ‘chhelo’ or ‘chhe lo’ tawngkam hi a hmang chawk bawk. Mizo nula chhelo tih tur nge Mizo nula chhe lo tih tur zawk ? Chhelo tih hi a dik nge a dik lo zawk ? Pu KD Pathak. Internet-ah hian Mizo nula tlangval zingah ‘chhe lo‘ tia chhu lut aiin ‘chhelo’ tia chhu an tam zawk hial awm e. Chuvangin he thumal ziak dan dik hi zir leh sawiho tham a tling. Continue reading


Mizo super model thlalak iangin School Superb Mizo top models

Mizo model nula hmeltha leh pian nalh tak tak an awm a, Mizoram super model, thenkhatin Mizoram supermodel tia an ziak te, Mizo super model leh Mizo supermodel thlalak thlengin hmuh tur a awm fur tawh a. Mizo model leh Mizo super model / supermodel danglamna hi hre em em lo mah ila a super leh per lote an kat fur hi a tha ve viau e. Mizo models hlawh ai hian Mizo top models hlawh hi eng zatin nge a san tih pawh chhut a har ang a, Mizo nula zingah hlawh nei lo Mizo models pawh an awm lo ang tih sawi a har bawk. Mizo zaithiam city bus-a chuan hreh tawk vel an sawi thin ang deuh hian ! Engpawh chu ni se, modelling hi khawvel thang zelah Mizo nula tan kal kawng pakhat a lo ni ve reng tawh a, hetiang lama tui, zei leh taksa pumrua leh pianin a milte chu kal zel mai teh se.

School tan chuan zirlaite hi kan super model an ni a, anni aia model hi an awm thei chuang awm lo asin maw le. Superb Mizo super model tiin emaw High Class Mizo super model tiin an hming kan vuah ve mai dawn e.

Advance X-mas hman ni pawhin open air ngata muala an lam zawh hnu-a han in-pose vel peih tawk an awm reng a, kawng hrang hrangin kan indaih hle. School mitah chuan Mizo supermodel-te ai mahin an model zawk a, Pu Rokunga’n ‘Mizo kan ni kan hmel a tha’ a tih angin kan zirlaite hi an hmeltha kan ti a, kan chhuang teh mai a nia. Mizote hi kan lo hmeltha ve reng reng bik em ni han ti ila a chhanna chu mimal kutah dah mai ang. Children are beautiful when they smile. But even if they don’t, they are still so in the eyes of the school. Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholders. School principal hian college mawngphah (I PU) a zawm kumin College Week-a Extempore Speech (English) inelnaah ‘A thing of beauty is a joy forever’ tih a pawt fuh a. Hemi topic hmang hian thu sawiin lawmman pakhatna a dawng ve ngat a ni.

John Keats-an khi thu a sawi lai khan khawvela thil mawite hian mihringah hlimna a thlen thinzia a lo hmu chiang hle awm e. A dik tak chuan mihring nun hi mawina leh duhawmna, beiseina leh hlimna avanga lo nuam thin leh thlakhlehawm a ni. Mawi leh nalh, hmeltha leh chhe lo kan tih a inang lo thinte hi Pathian ruahmanna thukzia leh dap kimzia chianna a ni a, indipdal lova kan awm theih chhan a ni thin.

Kan CM-in miretheite hi an VIP an nih thu a sawi a, school chuan zirlai duhawm leh rilru thianghlim tak takte, anmahni bil theuha hmeltha leh chhe lo tak takte hi a VIP a ni ve thung. Continue reading

Mizo super model contest a ni lo, March past zawk a ni

March Past inelnaa lawmman dawn hnuhnung ber chu 2015 Republic Day a ni a, lawmman pakhatna kan dawng. Middle school, High School leh Higher Secondary School leh Integrated Training Centre contingent 12 zingah Nuchhungi English Medium School chu pakhatna a ni. HBSC Ground-ah MBKHP khawmpuina tur pandal zar a nih avangin kum dang ang lo takin Bazar kawnah a lawmna hun hman a ni. Hetah thlalak Hnahthial Republic Day 2015. Mizo school zirlai hmeichhia leh mipa zangkhai leh pheikhai rual taka an han intheh thil vel hi chu a hmuhnawm dangdai ve hrim hrim a, a ropui a ni. Anni tel lo hi chuan a serh leh sang dang zawng zawng chu tih vek pawh ni ta teh reng se, mipui kohhrawm a har duh khawp ang. A ti phurawmtu leh tinuamtu an ni.

Mizo school girls lam thiam
Independence Day 2010 (Mizo school girls)

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Mizo mipate buk a zang bik lo ve

Mizo mipa chhuanawm thlalak
1st prize winner of cash incentive for proficiency in English. A photo shot with popular Mizo gospel singer Lalthansangi

Kawng hrang hrangah Mizo hmeichhiate aiin Mizo mipate buk a zang zawk nia sawi a awm thin. A dikna lai pawh a tam. J.Lalmalsawma hian Mizo mipate buk a zang bik lo tih lantirin Mizoram puma Class VII-a English thiam ber lawmman a dawng a, Education Minister Pu Lalsawta kut atang lawmman hi a dawng. Mizo gospel singer lar Lalthansangi te nen photo shoot an nei lai. Continue reading

A short biography of the Principal

Mizo mipa hmeltha nih leh nih loh a pawimawh ber lo

The founder and principal of Nuchhungi English Medium School, Mr. K.Lalhunmawia was born on the 23rd December, 1974 in Hnahthial, Lunglei District, Mizoram, India. His parents were K.Vanngaia (L) and Nuchhungi (L). His mother passed away  in 1994 in Hnahthial while K.Lalhunmawia was facing his II PU(A) final examination in Aizawl and thus he was informed of his mother’s death only a month later, on the evening that he completed his final exam.

He started schooling at primary level in Hnahthial and attended different schools where his father who was a teacher was posted. He completed Middle School at Model Middle School Hnahthial and graduated with ill health from Gov’t High School, Hnahthial with distinction division at High School Leaving Certificate Examination and stood 18th in the whole of Mizoram for which he was very disappointed (His elder brother had stood first in Mizoram at Class VII Board Examination and second in Mizoram at HSLC Examination). During his High School years, he always secured fist position in every class exams with distinction division and was elected Secretary of Hnahthial Zirlai Pawl when he was doing his matriculation. He studied pre-university and graduate courses at Pachhunga University College, Aizawl and in 1997 graduated from the college with economics as a major subject. While studying at the college, he participated in co-curricular activities and won first prize in extempore speech (English) and debate. In 1992 when he was doing his first year P.U which is now called class 11, he was the first ever to be selected among Mizos after trials and a series of tests to represent the college at the North Eastern Level Debate and Quiz Competition  held in Silchar, Assam where different colleges including medical, engineering, agricultural, etc. colleges of the seven states of North East India sent representatives. He went there along with a non-Mizo girl Debashree Nag (who later became a singer and released her audio album in Mizo) for debate and won third prize in Debate competition. In 1993, he was elected Debating Secretary in the Students’ Union of the College and was chosen to deliver speeches in English on many occasions outside the college on behalf of the Students’ Union. In 1993, he was again selected to go to Silchar and represent the college in Debate Competition at the North eastern level, but due to unavoidable circumstances, he could not turn up and a non-Mizo girl was sent on his behalf and unfortunately the college could not go through even the preliminary round of the debate. During this period, he was elected the first secretary of Aizawl-Hnahthial Students’ Union (AHSU). He was also a prayer secretary in the Evangelical Union of the College and also the first secretary of Students’ Self Support Union (SSU) of the college.

After graduation in 1997, he was invited to work in different schools and during a short period of three years he worked in three different schools as a teacher and a principal. During this period, he also published a weekly newspaper called Sunday Express and he became the first secretary of Hnahthial Journalists’ Association which is now known as Mizoram Journalists’ Association, Hnahthial. In 1998 he was married to Vanlalfakawmi and in 2000, he started running a school of his own and named it after his mother who left for her heavenly abode and was laid to rest in his absence.

He was never inclined to apply for any gov’t job but in 2003 and 2004 amidst his busy schedule of work, he faced the prestigious Mizoram Civil Services Examinations and without any serious preparation he went through the written exams on both the occasions. He went for the interviews and the first conversation he had as he recalled was what the chairman of the board said, ‘You come from Hnahthial, isn’t it ?’ which, he believes, contains a wrong question tag. He never applied for any other gov’t job but rather devotes himself fully to the school.

In the social arena, he was a secretary of Hnahthial District Function Demand Committee and Vice Chairman of NGOs’ Co-ordination Committee for two consecutive terms. He was twice elected a secretary, Assistant Secretary and Finance Secretary of Hnahthial Teachers’ Association in which teachers of schools including those of College within Hnahthial are members. He is currently the secretary of Mizoram Consumers’ Union, Hnahthial Branch for the year 2017. He has held different posts of Office Bearers of Hnahthial English Medium Schools’ Association in which five private schools in Hnahthial are members.

While he was working as a High School teacher at Tuipui ‘D’ in 1998, he was elected by a committee of local authorities to interpret the speech of a high profile non-Mizo guest and the local authorities at a public function held at the playground where the whole of the community gathered and important local matters were discussed. On another ocassion in 2008, it happened that the then External Affairs Minister of India, who later became the 13th President of India on 25th July, 2012, Mr. Pranab Mukherjee visited Hnahthial on a campaign tour for the President of Mizoram Pradesh Congress Committee, Lal Thanhawla, who was the candidate for the MLA election on congress ticket in the 29th South Tuipui Constituency, and the principal of the school was selected amongst a large number of scholars in Hnahthial by the Local Congress leaders to interpret the speech of Pranab Mukherjee. As he is neutral and member of none of the political parties, he was reluctant to be in the midst of politicians as that may cause people to label him as a congress member. But he took courage, attended the public meeting at HBSC Ground, the biggest ground in Hnahthial, where Lalriliani, wife of Lal Thanhawla was also present and thus stood by the current President of India for quite sometime interpreting his speech.

He found 42 mistakes in the textbooks and he brought them to the knowledge of the Mizoram Board of School Education along with suggested corrections. Positive reactions were received and the mistakes were corrected by the board accordingly in the next edition.


Let’s go dancing, children (Mizote hi kan lo lam thiam khawp mai)

Mizo zirlai naupang lam thiam‘Duat lam ila’…’Ka lam thiam lo..’ ..’Thing leh lutuk mai’. ‘Zan dang pawha lam lova zanin khera i lam le’.

Lam hi Mizo zingah a mikhual lo. Khawvel pum hian a hmelhriatna a rei tawh mai. Xmas lawmna zaikhawmna, biak ina Pathian fakna,…aaa hun pawimawh tam takah hian lam chu a tel. Thlaraumi tehfung pawimawh tak pakhat atan Mizo Kristian-te hian kan hmang. Zaikhawmnaa lam thei lo, kut tak ngial pawh beng hlei thei lo chu ’tisa mi’ kan ti mathlawn lo. Sawi sawi lovin han lam mai teh. A huhova lam te, mahni chauha lam te, a vai hian lam a ni vek mai. Continue reading

Cleanliness is next to Godliness (Pathian thu awih la, fai bawk rawh)

Nuchhungi English Medium School Cleanliness Day 2015 thlalak (9)       Cleanliness Day 2015 thlalak (21)

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‘Pathian ngaihsak leh a duh anga nun tih lohah chuan faina hi a pawimawh ber’ tihna a ni awm e. Kan mithiamte’n ‘Faina hi Pathian kan an teuhna ber a ni’ ti lam hawiin min lehlihsak thin a, a dik hlel hle. Kan taksa leh bul vel a fai avang ngawt hian Pathian hi kan ang lem lo. Pathian ngaihsakna leh a duh anga nunna (Godliness) hi a pawimawh ber a, a dawta pawimawh dang leh chu faina (cleanliness) hi a ni tiin faina pawimawhzia tarlan nan an lo sawi mai a ni. Continue reading