As the veterans planned their final reunion in 2004, they resolved to found the Kohima Educational Trust (KET) as a debt of honour to the Naga people. The trust is seen by its founders both as a means of sustaining the memory of the courage and sacrifice of those who fought and died in the battle, and of honouring the Nagas who were their allies in the war through assisting the education of succeeding generations of Naga children.
This award for the knowledge- keepers and idea-givers of Naga society was launched in 2018. In its inaugural year we received a very high quality of entries making the final decision a hard one!READ MORE
Our Chairman Dr P Ngully held a further Mind Your Health programme in Tuensang, a town north east of Kohima.READ MORE
After almost five years in the building the hostel at Pangsha on the Indo/Myanmar border is at last complete and operational, and Hugh Young, the KET treasurer, and his wife Anne made the trip to Pangsha…READ MORE