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Salesian College Dimapur keeps the International Women's Day
Dimapur, Mar. 8. As the world celebrates the International Women's Day (March 8), Salesian College of Higher Education (SCHE) wishes and appreciates all the lady students and faculty for their valuable contribution to the College.
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Today, the world acknowledges the achievements of women in social, economic, cultural and political spheres. Through this day, people are sensitized to continue working for the gender parity.

Let us work and speak up for the brighter and safe future of our girls and celebrate everyday the spirit of International Women's Day. Let us begin to make a difference in our local settings.

Happy International Women's Day to all!
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