NECU Dmu general meeting: Nagaland Electrical Contractors Union (NECU) has convened general meeting on August 29, 12:30 p.m. at Hotel Saramati, Dimapur. All government registered contractors, supervisors and workman have been requested to attend the meeting.
SAPYF emergency meeting: Saptiqa Area Progressive Youth Forum (SAPYF) has convened emergency meeting on August 29, 10 a.m. at Hotel Saramati, Dimapur. All office bearers, executive members and legal advisors have been requested to attend the meeting.
StMMHSS inter-school fest: St. Mary’s Montessori and Higher Secondary School would be holding its inter-school fest on August 27, 10 a.m. at its school auditorium on the theme “how can you differentiate yourself from everyone else.”
J. N Aier college 4th freshers’ social meet: J.N. Aier College would be holding its 4th freshers’ meet on August 28, 11 a.m. at its college with Additional Deputy Commissioner Elizabeth Ngully as guest motivator.
UC 9th freshers’ social cum annual day: Unity College (UC) would be holding its 9th freshers’ social cum annual day on September 2, 10 a.m. at its college premises with parliamentary secretary for labour and employment (skill development) and border affairs, Nagaland Mmhonlumo Kikon as chief guest.
CLCSU Moot Court: City Law College Students’ Union (CLCSU) would be holding Moot Court on August 31, 10 a.m. at its college campus.
SDEO Mkg informs: Sub-Divisional Education Officer (SDEO), Mokokchung has informed all head teachers and teacher-in-charge of the schools under the establishment of SDEO to collect Teacher’s Day token from August 26 to 28, during office hours.
BJP MCM informs: Bharatiya Janata Party Minority Cell Morcha (BJP MCM) has informed that a meeting scheduled for August 11 would be held in September 11. The party has informed that the venue would remain the same.
KSUD silver jubilee planning meeting: Konyak Students’ Union Dimapur (KSUD) silver jubilee planning meeting would be held on August 29, 11 am, at the residence of its treasurer, Noklem. All silver jubilee planning committee members, former office bearers, College representative and concerned individuals have been asked to attend the meeting. Meanwhile, those student members without the union’s ID card have been asked to obtain it at the earliest from its treasury. Further details can be contacted at 9612292843.
Dy. DEO Phek informs: Office of Deputy District Education Officer, Phek has stated that the last date for nomination of students for Inspire Award is on August 31. It has informed all principal/headmaster/headmistress and head teacher GHSS/GHS/GMS and private run high school and middle school to nominate students for the award by logging on to www.inspireawards-dst.gov.in for online registration or contact DEO Phek on 9436063899 for any clarification.
Dy. DEO Dimapur informs: Deputy District Education Officer (DDEO) has informed all principals, head master, head mistress of both government and private Schools under Dimapur District to register their schools in National Scholarship Portal (NPS) at www.scholarship.gov.in to enable the Students of Class 9 & 10 for Pre-Matric Scholarship. DDEO also informed all eligible students (50% & above percentage) to fill up the forms online at the given website by coding their NPS Code on or before August 31. DDEO further informed that forms submitted earlier for class 9 & 10, would not be valid as per the information received from Directorate of School Education.
ZDCC resolves: Zunheboto District Congress Committee (ZDCC) in its meeting on August 18, resolved to appeal NPCC/AICC to revoke the suspension served to the eight Congress legislators, who had joined the DAN government. In a press statement, ZDCC president Hoveto Kiba and general secretary P. Hutovi said that the meeting was attended by all ZDCC executives and ACCC presidents and general secretaries. ZDCC also appreciated NPCC president K. Therie for appointing NPCC working president Ayangba Aonak as incharge of Zunheboto district.
UNTABA to hold executive committee meeting: Executive committee meeting of the United Naga Tribes Association on Border Areas (UNTABA) would be held on August 28, 1 p.m. at Bookmarc conference hall along with all the advisory board members. The meeting would deliberate seriously on the Writ Petition to be filed and the stand of people living in and around the border areas, in the forthcoming ‘cross-examination’ in the Supreme Court on the long pending original civil suit filed by Assam. All concerned members have been asked to attend the meeting.
NSF federal assembly session: Assembly secretariat of the Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) has summoned the federal assembly on August 28, 11 a.m. at the NSF conference hall. All federating units, subordinate bodies and senior members asked to attend the assembly.
Clarification: Apropos to the news item under the caption “NNC Lotha Region commemorates”, published August 26, should be read as “NSCN/GPRN Kyong Region Commemorates” and not as rendered.