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Little Star Higher Secondary School Dimapur Nagaland

Computer Club

The school was among the first in Nagaland to start offering computer education to the students. It was started in 1994. Computers without hard disk were brought from Kolkota along with a Computer Teacher. Only the Headmaster's (now Administrator) computer had a hard disk.

In 2002 the new air-conditioned computer lab was inaugaurated, and Mr. Limhathung Murry, B.Sc. was appointed as a computer teacher. Currently the lab has more than 30 computers and 3 qualified computer teachers.  Now the school office is also fully computerised. Fees collections, bio-data of the students, online class tests, question paper setting and generating, result generating, etc. are done through office computers. All the teachers have basic knowledge in computers as all the questions are fed into the computer by the various subject teachers themselves. Teachers attendance is done through the finger print attendance system. All these software programmes were made by Vihutuo Paira, M.Sc. (IT), a former student of this school. 

The Computer Club was formed in the year 2004 to elicit interest in Computers and Information technology among the students. Presently there are around 20 selected students in the club who are given various activities related to computers like powerpoint presentations, internet activities , etc.

In the Co Curricular Activities 2007 the club organised an inter house Power Point competition in which 16 students from 4 houses took part. The students had to make presentations on topics relating to "Environment",  "Tribes in Nagaland", "Pollution", etc.  The presentations prepared by the students were creative and original. The best presentation was awarded to Albert and John from Blue House .

Presently the Computer Club is engaged in making a short film in power point on the Biblical character of 'The Prodigal Son'. The students are the producers, actors and directors. This film will be shown during the Silver Jubilee celebrations of the school in 2008.