Aesthetic Club

The Aesthetic Club of the Modern Institute of Teacher Education (MITE) was formed on the year 17th March 2012 along with the four other clubs. Since its formation, the club has been actively contributing to all the activities conducted by the institution. The Aesthetic Club of MITE provides an opportunity for the students to let their imagination run wild and provides them with the sight to see things differently. Students learn from one another and share their prowess in different aspects.


  1. To inspire and enable the students to actively learn and develop their talent and skills that will develop artistic expression
  2. To encourage the budding talent of the students, and provide opportunities and encouragement to express oneself freely.
  3. To progress a relationship between nature and the people.

Teacher In Charge:
Ms. Zuchano M Patton, Asst. Professor

Executive members-
President – Ms.Vile-u solo
Secretary – Mr. Nukuzo Nienu
Finance secretary – Ms.Mhalekhono Suokhrie

Cultural Club

The Cultural Club was formed on 17th March 2012, to promote the dignity and integrity of one’s culture. This club has the motive to produce teachers who could transfer knowledge about the importance of a rich heritage and identity of one’s culture to students and also treasure it along with the changing world.


  1. To maintain his/her identity.
  2. To appreciate and develop a love for one’s culture.
  3. To preserve the rich heritage of one’s culture.
  4. To provide opportunities for self-expression and develop their aesthetic sense.
  5. To have better knowledge of one’s culture.
  6. To enhance the democratic approach among students.
  7. To enhance the opinion and the dissenting opinion through club activities

Teacher In Charge:
Ms. Emilo Kikon, Asst. Professor

Executive members-
President – Ms. Narojungla Jamir
Secretary – Ms. Randanbeni Humtsoe
Finance secretary – Mr. Kenyuzenlo Khing

Current Event Club

In every nation, some happenings can be utilized for achieving educational objectives. An efficient teacher tries to find out those happenings and provides knowledge about them to the students. The teacher should select those events that are important and have broad outcomes, which have usefulness in social science teaching. “Current events provide authentic learning experiences for students at all grade levels. Studying current events students are required to use a range of cognitive, affective, critical thinking, and research skills”. –Mark Twain. The current events are that which have already happened in the society and integrate the past with the present, but also reveal the relationship of specific events to the current scenes. The club was formed on 17th March 2012.


  1. To develop skills in resolving contradictions
  2. To develop the ability to make valid generalizations.
  3. To evaluate conflicting beliefs and situations
  4. To vitalize citizenship
  5. To appreciate the interdependence of peoples and nations
  6. To help the students relate school learning to life outside the school
  7. To help students identify important problems and issues to see how these affect their lives and to sense what they can do about them

Teacher In Charge:
Dr. H.L. Gangte, Vice Principal

Executive members-
President – Mr. Shekukhoyi
Secretary – Ms. Nozolu Hiesuh
Finance secretary – Mr. Ngowaplangmai

Ecological Club

The Ecology Club was formed on 17th March 2012. The club promotes the participation of student teachers in learning and improving their environment and encourages them to be ambassadors for spreading the message of adopting an eco-friendly lifestyle in society. It also promotes environmental awareness at the grassroots level by creating and nurturing green consciousness among the student teachers.


  1. To arouse love and responsibility towards nature.
  2. To create awareness of biodiversity conservation and local environmental issues.
  3. Organise seminars, debates, talks, quizzes, and painting competitions on environmental issues in the college.
  4.  Organise rallies, marches, etc at public places to spread environmental awareness.
  5. Action-based like tree – plantation, cleanliness drives within and outside the college campus.

Teacher In Charge:
Ms. Holivi Y. Kiba, Asst. Professor

Executive members-
President – Mr. Panglang C Phom
Vice President – Mr. Visedelie Seyie
General Secretary- Ms. Evie K Aye
Assistant General Secretary- Ms. Mengubeino Keyho
Finance – Mr. Bangtuk S
Assistant Finance- Ms. Razoukhrulu Nienu

Literary Club

The Literary Club is committed to tapping the effective communication talent among the students. It offers opportunities to appreciate literature. The club aims to foster a love for language, enhance literary creativity, and provide an avenue for self-expression. It also helps the students to develop their logic and curiosity to know more and to instill in them the confidence to speak well. The club was formed on 17th March 2012.


  1. To inspire the students to develop a love for literature.
  2. To develop the literary skills of the students.
  3. To help in enhancing spoken and written language
  4. To help in building up the confidence and grooming the talents of the students in facing various interpersonal activities and competitions.
  5. To stimulate and motivate the young enterprising minds to perform challenging activities.

Teacher In Charge:
Ms. Limanenla Lkr, Asst. Professor

Executive members-
President – Ms. Kikrukhrienuo Jessica
General Secy. – Mr. Kaina V. Zhimomi
Finance Secy. – Mr Ito Veswuh
Info & Publicity Secy. – Ms. Lency Kent
Editors: Mr. Deizelhou Sothu
Ms. Medohunuo Rutsa
Ms. Mhashienu Lothu
Photographer – Mr. Shanchothung M. Erui

Red Ribbon Club

Red Ribbon Club was formally launched on 11th November 2016 at MITE. Red Ribbon Club is a movement started by the Government of India in schools and colleges through which, students will spread awareness of HIV/AIDS. It envisages instilling a charity mind among all the students to extend their help towards developing healthy lifestyles, donating blood to all the needy by promotion of Regular voluntary blood donation.


  1.  To harness the potential of the youth by equipping them with correct information on HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support, and treatment.
  2. To build capacities as peer educators in spreading messages on positive health behavior and increasing voluntary blood donation among the youth.
  3. To facilitate life skills development to enable young people to deal with their vulnerabilities.

Nodal Officer
Ms. Kavani Hekha, Asst.Prof

Executive members-
President – Mr. Keyintoneung Ndang Vincent
Finance Secretary – Ms. Keneikhienuo Khezhie