Libra Consultancy for tribals, student community
DIMAPUR: With a view to uplift the tribal people and students’ community, Libra Consultancy, Dimapur, was inaugurated on April 9 by Rev. Fr. Chacko, Parish Priest, Holy Cross Church.
According to a press release issued by chairman of the consultancy, Atsei Sekhose, Fr. Chacko, in his speech gave the example of Jesus as the carpenter’s son and stressed on the value of work culture while also sharing a Bible passage.
The release also said that the consultancy to be managed by India Northeast Tribal Community Welfare Society (INTCWS), Dimapur, a non-profitable organization, registered under the Societies Act would aid the students in securing admission outside the state which would lessen the financial as well as other difficulties faced by students and parents at the time of admission.
ICAR AIE exam postponed
DIMAPUR: ICAR’s All India Entrance Examination (AIEE) for admission to UG courses 2009 scheduled on April 19 at Guwahati has been postponed due to unavoidable circumstances for which new date of the examination would be announced shortly.
This was informed through a press release issued by Prof. S. K Sharma, academic in-charge, Nagaland University.
Rotary club ‘cleft-lip, cleft-palate’ project
DIMAPUR: Rotary Club Kohima (RCK), has informed that Dr. Kh. Palin, Plastic Surgeon, Shija Hospital, Imphal, would be arriving Kohima on April 21 to give post-operative check-up to all patients who had undergone cosmetic surgery under the Rotary cleft-lip, cleft-palate project.
The club has requested all patients who had cleft lip palate surgery repair done at the hospital to report to Putuonuo Nursing Home, Kohima, on April 21 at 10 am to get free post operative check-up and advice.
Further, RCK has also invited all cleft lip palate patients living in Nagaland to avail the free treatment under the project for which public have been informed to contact ‘Rtn’ Dr. Kezevituo Keditsu, PHF, Putuonuo Nursing Home, Kohima, over Mobile No.9436001870 for details.
DIMAPUR: An executive meeting of Ao Students Union Dimapur (ASUD) has been convened on April 18 at 2 p.m at the residence of its Union treasures. All executive members, secretaries, assistant secretaries, sub-unit representatives and finance members have been informed to attend the meeting.
DIMAPUR: A seminar for leaders of United Sangtams on the theme ‘Let us reason together’ will be held at Yangli Mission centre. The seminar is being organised by United Sangtam Baptist Lithroti Ashimkhong (USBLA). The United Sangtam Gazetted Officers’ Union (USGOU) has requested all Sangtam Gazetted to attend the seminar.
DIMAPUR: Combine worship service of Khezhakeno members in Dimapur and Medziphema would be held on April 19 at CRC Sodzulhou village, 6th mile Dimapur at 10. a.m. Lakha Koza Deputy Commandant 11th IRBn Chumukedima would deliver the word of God. All members have been informed to attend the service.
Zpto DPDB meet
DIMAPUR: Meeting of Zunheboto District Planning and Development Board (DP & DB) has been convened on April 23 at 11 a.m at the conference hall of DC Zunheboto. All DP and DB members have been requested to attend the meeting
DIMAPUR: The 2nd Union Assembly of Kyong Students Union (KSU) HQ. Wokha for the tenure 2008-2010 has been convened on April 25 at LTC Hall Wokha Town from 11 a.m . Representative and president of the federating units, ranges, circles and sub-ordinate bodies have been informed to attend the Assembly. Union further informed all affiliated units to submit a sum of Rs. 100/- as Union Membership on or before April 25.
DIMAPUR: The meeting of Vekuho New Village Kuposhukulu (VNVK) which was scheduled to be held on April 17 to 19 has been postponed to April 24 to 26 owing to MP election. Informing this in a press release, Vekuho New Village Kuposhukulu chairman Heqheshe Aye has requested all villagers to attend the meeting.
DIMAPUR: Medical board under Mon district would be constituted for regularization, permanency and invalidation of services for government servants under Mon district on May 7 and 8 at 11 am at his office. Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Mon Dr. T. Kikon has notified all head of department to send the list of names of employees under the department latest by May 5.
DIMAPUR: State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT), Nagaland has informed that the results of the interview held on April 6 and 7 for undergoing the six month course in Teaching of English (ELTI) and Early Childhood Care and Education has been declared and that the same is pasted on SCERT Kohima notice board. Informing this in a press release issued by director, SCERT Kohima has further informed that the last date for admission is on April 22.
FGN Sumi region discharges cadre
DIMAPUR: The FGN, Sumi region, has discharged one of its cadres Kahuto Chophi, son of Khehoto Chophi of Yehemi village, Leacy, Leacy Hoho, Sumi region, from active service of the ‘nation’ for misusing the authority delegated to him by ‘Yehzabo’ of Nagaland for “his won selfish ends”.
According to a press release issued by ‘Midan Peyu’, Sumi region, FGN, Hekhuvi Achumi, the discharge ‘Azha’ was effected since April 13.
YAN new president
DIMAPUR: Youth Association Nagaland (YAN) has unanimously elected Katoho Chishi to the post of YAN president. According to its general secretary H. Athrongba Sangtam, its new president was appointed during a meeting of YAN executive and advisors held on April 8. The Association expressed hope that its new president would actively lead the Association in helping various Naga civil societies in bringing peace and unity for Naga people.
DIMAPUR: Accident Trauma Centre at Medziphema town would be inaugurated on April 20 at 10 a.m at the Community Health centre premises.
The programme would be graced by minister for Health and Family Welfare Kuzholuzo Nienu. The programe would be chaired by commissioner and secretary to the government of Nagaland Health and Family Welfare Menukhol John.
DIMAPUR: Chief Medical Officer Zunheboto, Dr. Viheshe and subordinate officers have expressed shock over the untimely demise of CMO Mokokchung, Dr. Akok Ao.
CMO Zunheboto said the contribution towards humanity service rendered by late Dr. Akok would always be cherished. The CMO office conveyed condolence to the bereaved family and prayed that Almighty God grant solace to the bereaved family members and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.