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CREDI observes 17th foundation day

Members of the Culture Research and Eco-Development Institute (CREDI) drew the attention of the state and the Central government for turning it into a full-fledged institute.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 18 Apr 2022, 9:57 am

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The Culture Research and Eco-Development Institute (CREDI), Ningombam Imphal West observed its 17th foundation day on Sunday, during which its members drew the attention of the state and the Central government for turning it into a full-fledged institute.

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The observance, which was held at Chumthang Shanabung, Langthabal Lep in Imphal West, was attended by MLA S Kunjajeswar (Keba) as chief guest and adhyksha of Imphal West ZP RK Taruni Devi as the guest of honour.

Before the establishment of the Manipur Culture University, the CREDI has been giving diploma and certificate courses of various Arts forms; unfortunately, the institute had remained inactive since the Covid-19 pandemic arrived, said president of CREDI N Ibohal Singh while speaking to the media on the sidelines of the event.  

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The ideology of the institute is to save biodiversity while uplifting the culture of the state, he said. As global warming is a burning issue, it is the motive of the institute to give its best contribution in fighting global warming by planting various plants and introducing eco-tourism.

 

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First published:18 Apr 2022, 9:57 am

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