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The purpose of the trust is to provide educational assistance to the young people of Nagaland, India.

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.

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KET visit to the Burma Kohima Lodge
KET CEO Sylvia was honoured to attend the Burma Kohima Lodge and give a talk about the work of the Trust.
KET at Rotary South Conference 2021
KET was delighted to be able to attend the Rotary South conference in October 2021
V Force: Defending the Gates of India 1942-1944 - online webinar
A talk by Dr Robert Lyman, introduced by KET CEO Sylvia May. V Force was established by the British as…

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The Gordon Graham Prize for Naga Literature is awarded annually in recognition of the knowledge-keepers and idea-givers of Naga society.

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Once again, Covid-19 restrictions affected our plans to hold the annual Scholarship ceremony this year in Kohima.

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UK book publication of "The Road to Kohima" by Charles Chasie & Harry Fecitt MBE, TD August 2020

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