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May 22:
Published on 23 May. 2010 12:47 AM IST
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LDA written examination postponed
DIMAPUR: The LDA written test for the establishment of DC Dimapur scheduled on May 30 has been postponed till NPSC fixes a common date of examination. This has been informed in a press note issued by Maong Aier, DC Dimapur.
ZRSU clarifies on students loitering in uniforms
DIMAPUR: The Zunheboto Range Students’ Union (ZRSU) has clarified the news item where the union cautioned that any student caught loitering around in school uniform during class hour would be penalized with a fine of rupees one hundred which would be borne by school authority should be read as “the fine would be borne by student and not by school authority”. In a press communiqué Ayeho Z Ayemi, general secretary ZRSU said the tuition fees fixed by the union was for private tuition only and also requested the private tutor not to take beyond the framed rate as such would only invite stern action from the union.
3rd NAP Tsg foundation day celebrated
DIMAPUR: The Yimchunger Students’ Union (YSU) 3rd NAP Tuensang celebrated the 29th foundation day on May 18 at the residence of Y. Shihtsulem, union treasurer. According to a press note, the programme was attended by former leaders including Dr. W. Lunso, H. Ramji, president YU; Hankiu, pastor YBC; Z. Shikiula and other pioneers who stressed on ‘cooperation and understanding’ as weapon to achieve the goal of ‘upliftment and development’.
LCCD general meeting
DIMAPUR: Landmark Colony Council Dimapur (LCCD )has convened a general meeting on May 29 from Anganwati Centre near Children Park at 9 am. All the general publics have been requested to attend the meeting. Agendas should be submitted to the office bearers before the meeting.
ANPSTA meeting
DIMAPUR: All Nagaland Pre-Service Teacher Association (ANPSTA) Zunheboto unit has convened a meeting on May 28 at Heritage Restaurant near DC office Zunheboto at 9:30 am. All the (PSTE) under ZBTO unit have been requested to attend the meeting along with registration fee of Rs, 350.
KLRSU presidential meeting
DIMAPUR: Kyong Lower Range Student Union has convened a unit presidential meeting on May 26 from Dimapur Lotha Hoho Ki at 10 am.
BYFD monthly combine service
DIMAPUR: Baptist Youth Fellowship Dimapur would conduct a monthly combine service on May 23 at 3:30 pm from Lotha Baptist Church Dimapur.
SKK felicitation program
DIMAPUR: All Sumi Student Union (SKK) would be organizing a felicitation programme in honor of HSLC and HSSLC toppers cum releasing of book on career guidance program on May 29 at 10 am from Go-Karting Highway 39 conference hall, purana bazaar, Dimapur. Kikheto Yepthomi addl. Secretary (Budget) finance department as resource person. All Sumi toppers and highest mark scorers of HSLC/HSSLC are requested to attend the program and all the unit presidents, former leaders of SKK, Sumi Hoho, STH, SKH, WSH, WSTH and family members of toppers.
LTF session
DIMAPUR: Lokobomi Theological Fellowship (LTF) will hold its 2nd session from June 3-4 at Lokobo Baptist Church with SBA Zunheboto pastor, Rev. Tokhezhe Kiba as speaker.
Model colony Sumi community meeting
DIMAPUR: Model Colony, Purana Bazar Dimapur Sumi festival committee has convened a general meeting on May 23, 4pm at the residence of its chairman, GB Niuto Awomi. All Sumi residents of the colony have been requested to attend the meeting.
Dimapur NPF women wing new advisor
DIMAPUR: Dimapur district NPF women wing president, Kerei Pfükha has informed that DMC member, Tokheli Kikon has been appointed as advisor to NPF women wing Dimapur division on May 17.
KV Dimapur shines in CBSE results
DIMAPUR: In the class XII – AISSC examination conducted by the CBSE, the result of Class XII of Kendriya Vidyalaya (KV) Dimapur improved qualitatively as well as quantitatively. In the result which was declared on Thursday, Kendriya Vidyalaya emerged with 100 % results in both arts/humanities stream, while success rate of science stream was 97.10 %. Akshay Tripathi got first position securing 92.6 % in science stream whereas Echha Singh Tamang and Mamta both got first position in arts stream securing 83 % each. Brig. Balraj Singh, Chairman, VMC has meanwhile congratulated the principal and the teachers of the school for producing excellent results.

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