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Published on 20 Nov. 2009 11:42 PM IST
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HSLC, HSSLC exams DIMAPUR: Board examinations for High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination 2010, Class 11 promotion examination 2010, Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) 2010, and HSLC (old course) 2010 would be tentatively conducted in the second week of February 2010, a notification from Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) chairman Nini Meru informed today. Tenyimi Women Union Dimapur DIMAPUR: Tenyimi Women Union Dimapur (TWUD) has informed all the Tenyimi Hoho presidents of Dimapur and the advisory board members of TWUD to attend an emergency meeting of TWUD on November 24 at 2 pm at its office, near Hotel Tragopan, Khermahal. NPF press bureau meet DIMAPUR: A meeting of the NPF (Central) press bureau has been convened on November 23 at 11 am in the NPF Central office, Kohima. All members have been requested to attend the meeting. Meet on MDM scheme annual plan DIMAPUR: Mid-Day-Meal (MDM) scheme annual plan meeting has been convened on November 24 at 11 am at Zonal Council hall, Kohima. N. Khevito Sema, additional director Directorate of School Education (DSE) has requested all the District Education Officer (DEO) and Deputy Inspector of School (DIS) to attend the meeting with the proposal for construction of kitchen –cum- store and implementation of MDM scheme according to requirements of the schools. Further, the meeting would also discuss on RMSA ongoing works and Right to Education Act. ANCSF emergency meet DIMAPUR: All Nagaland Co-operation Societies Federation (ANCSF) has convened an emergency meeting on November 24 at10:30 am at Kohima head office. Hoshito Assumi, secretary ANCSF has requested all the office bearers, executives and advisors to attend the meeting. DVAHO informs DIMAPUR: Interview for assistance under integrated livestock development programme, Tuensang has been convened on November 25 from 10 am onwards. Dr. Y. Tep Rengma, DVAHO Tuensang has requested all applicants to attend the interview with relevant documents as per the guidelines. Tenyimi Union Dimapur DIMAPUR: A consultative meting of Tenyimi Union Dimapur (TUD) has been convened on December 9 at 10am at the union office premises. Athilu Khrasi, information and publicity secretary TUD has requested all the head of the constituent units and secretaries, senior officers and heads of different departments from Tenyimi family to attend the meeting. NPF 31 A/C Akuluto general meet DIMAPUR: Nagaland Peoples’ Front (NPF) 31 A/C Akuluto has convened a general body meeting on November 25 at 9am at V.K. Town. Kughaho Assumi, president NPF 31 A/C Akuluto has requested all the officials and active members, including youth and women wing to attend the meeting and further informed that no individual letter or notice would be served. Lüruri Students’ Union DIMAPUR: Lüruri Students’ Union (LSU) would conduct general social work on December 16 and informed that Rs. 100 would be imposed as fine against students failing to partake in the social work without genuine. Union has also requested all the college students to reach the village by December 12 and 13 and to contact on phone number 9862586790 for information. PWD & S colony Sumi community DIMAPUR: PWD and Supply Sumi Community (PWDSSC) has convened a meeting on November 22 at 4pm at the residence of Er. Kahuli, Supply Colony. Khekivi Z Wotsa has requested all the members to attend the meeting. KLRSU 2nd union assembly DIMAPUR: Kyong Lower Range Students’ Union (KLRSU) has convened its second union assembly on December 4 at Bhandari Town Hall. Khyothungo Tsopoe, union assembly speaker KLRSU has requested all officials to attend the assembly. Further, informed that there would be a mass social work on December 3 at KLRSU office campus and that absentees would be imposed a fine of rupees one hundred.

 
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