English worship service deferred
DIMAPUR: The director of C3 international ministries, Dimapur has informed that the English worship service has been postponed to September 5 at 4 pm at Lotha Hoho ki, DC court junction.
VDB association, RD block meeting
DIMAPUR: VDB association, RD block Akuluto has convened a general meeting on September 2, 9:30 am. All VDB secretaries, council chairman under RD block, Akuluto have been requested to attend the meeting.
Distribution of Annapurna rice
Kohima: Directorate food & civil supplies has informed that Annapurna Rice for two months (August and September) had been received and distribution to approved beneficiaries would be done for both Kohima and Chiephobozou Centre from ADS Godown, Kohima along with other four months which is in progress. Informing this, Assistant Director F&CS Lanutoshi Jamir has directed beneficiaries who had already collected 4 months quota to collect for another 2 months quota on or before September 15 between 10.30 am and 2 pm by producing ration cards.
KSK consultative meeting
DIMAPUR: Consultative meeting of Eastern Sumi under Aghunato area and Kiphire district residing in Dimapur has been convened on September 4, 3 pm at circuit house Dimapur. All individual of the area have been requested to attend the meeting. For further details contact, 9436818263, 9436002508.
ZSU freshers’ day
KOHIMA: Freshers’ social-cum-annual conference of Zeliangrong Students’ Union Kohima would be held on October 9 due. Union president Kidungyi Pütlang has informed members to contact 9615578969 for further details.
NSBSG article on ‘impact of guiding’
Kohima: Nagaland State Bharat Scouts & Guides (NSBSG) to commemorate celebration of 100 years of girl guiding on the theme ‘Plant’, girl guides irrespective of rank and age have been invited to write on impact of guiding in their lives. The articles would be sent to National head quarters for publication. Former professionals, president guides and present members of all ranks have been requested to send articles to office of bahrat scouts and guides, Bayavü Hill Kohima Nagaland with address and contact number.
DIER to launch book
DIMAPUR: Dimensions Institute for Education & Research (DIER) would launch its 31st publication ‘Do Your Shoes Fit’ - a book on life management, motivation, soft skills and leadership on September 4.
NRSU to conduct inspection
DIMAPUR: Nyiro Range Students’ Union (NRSU) would be conducting inspection of schools, sub-centre and primary health centre under its jurisdiction from August 30 to September 1. All responsible departments have been requested to extend their cooperation
GPS Khutsokhuno seminar
DIMAPUR: Coinciding with its teachers’ day programme, GPS Khutsokhuno would organize parents’ seminar on September 5 at the school assembly hall. Teaching staff, VEC and students have requested all to attend the programme.
DIMAPUR: Meeting of Shena Old Students’ Union (SOSU) has been convened on September 4, 10 a.m at the residence of Lhovito Achumi, Bayuvu Hill Kohima to draft the programme for its 51st annual session. All executive members have been requested to attend the meeting.
Kiphire DPDB meeting
DIMAPUR: Kiphire District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) meeting scheduled on September 5 has been postponed to September 6, 11am at the office chamber of DC, Kiphire. All Kiphire DPDB members have been requested to take note of the change of the date and attend the meeting.
Seminar for youth in agri and allied sector
DIMAPUR: The coordination committee Educated Unemployed Union (EUUN) Dimapur in collaboration with ATMA Dimapur would be organizing one day seminar for self employed avenues in agri and allied sector on September 4. Union has informed educated unemployed youths in Dimapur to register at union correspondence office at Burma camp road, opposite J.K Hospital and to contact chairman CCEUUD at 9436812487 and general secretary 9856218476 for more details.
CKC executive meeting
DIMAPUR: Executive meeting of Changkikong Students’ Conference (CKC) has been convened on September 4, 10 a.m at the residence of Dr. Temsu Ozukum treasurer, DC court colony, Dimapur. All executives, secretaries, senior executive have been requested to attend the meeting.
MKPO elects GBs as office bearers
DIMAPUR: Mech Kachari Public Organisation (MKPO) in its meeting on August 26 has elected nine Mech Kachari government appointed GBs from five villages as office bearers. Head GB of Purana Bazar Pitu Mech has been appointed ad president, head GB Purana Bazar ‘B’ Khogen Mech as secretary and GB of Khusiabil village Nandal Mech as treasurer.
DKSU presidential meeting
DIMAPUR: Meeting of Dimapur Kyong student union (DKSU) would be held its presidential meeting on September 1, 4:30 pm at union office Hoho ki, DC court junction to discuss the coming general conference and freshers’ meet. Union further informs all its units, college, Higher Secondary to send two two representatives to attend the meeting. Union also informed all its members who secured 1st division and above to submit their xerox copy of mark sheet to union office before September 4.
Western Sumi Hoho meeting
DIMAPUR: Western Sumi Hoho (WSH) has called for a meeting of all its office bearers, executive members and advisors on September 6, 10 am at its office at Chekiye village. An important issued is to be discussed at the meeting. All members have been informed to attend the meeting.
First aid trg conducted for BSL & SHG
DIMAPUR: Department of civil defence & home guards has conducted three day first aid (BSL) for lady teachers and lady self help group (SHG) UNDER Dimapur district from August 24 at central training institute, Toluvi, Dimapur. The objective of the course was to impart knowledge and to enable them to extend first aid to women casualty during disaster.
RC organises ‘Kawar Yatra’
DIMAPUR: Rotaract Club of Dimapur has organized ‘Kawar Yatra’ its permanent project on the August 22 at Rangaphar Shiv Mandir under the chairmanship of Rtr.Vineet Baid and Co-Chairman of Rtr. Rohit Malani. Under the project, food items like Puri, Sabji and kheer were distributed to devotees near about 2500 who visit Rangaphar in this sawan. PRO, Rotaract Club of Dimapur has expressed gratitude to sponsors and people who helped the club directly or indirectly in making the project a grand success.
Free medical health camp at Kuhuboto
DIMAPUR: A free medical health camp was organised by ICICI LOMBARD in collaboration with District Industries Centre Dimapur at Kuhuboto on August 25 for HIS Cards holders. The camp was attended by CS manager of ICICI Lombard Ghty, CCs of Dimapur and GM E. Jon Ezung and S.O Marianus of DIC Dimapur. Four doctors from Guwahati conducted the camp. 246 beneficiaries (patients) were treated and medicines distributed. DIC and ICICI Lombard expressed gratitude to ATCK and every individual of Kuhuboto for the success of the camp.
spiritual program for married man
DIMAPUR: A seminar on spiritual animation programme for married man was held at St Francis of Assisi church Lazami on August 22. The seminar was organized by Copuchen Father. The main resources people were Rev Fr Augustine OFM cap Dimapur, Rev Fr Issac Swu Asst parish priest Tuensang, Sisters and father of the parish. The seminar was attended by 60 participants as per parish priest OFM cap report.
Science exhibition held in Daeshin academy
DIMAPUR: Science exhibition was held on August 28 at Daeshin academy Diphupar ‘B’. The exhibition was graced by Asono Ndang, DEO Dimapur as the chief guest. Speaking on the occasion, she stressed on the need of teachers to dispel the fear of science from the minds of students. She further encouraged the students to develop innovative ideas and explore the mysteries of science. The students displayed best models like ecosystem, medicinal plants, harnessing solar power, phases of moon, solar system etc.
RJD 41 A/C clarifies on merging with Cong
Dimapur: Responding to a news item that was published on May 25 the RJD 41 A/C Tizit has stated that party did not merged with Congress party, but the party still remained as the recognized party with all its office bearers. In joint press statement by president, Nyawang Konyak and general secretary, Menlem Konyak the RJD 41 A/C Tizit alleged that it was those persons with vested interest resigned from the party and joined the Congress along with ex-candidate of RJD.
NPF Peren welcomes BJP members
Dimapur: The NPF president, Peren division has welcomed the leaders of BJP and RJD of Peren district for merging with NPF party with all their frontal organization. According to president NPF Peren division, Dennis Elunglung the party men led by president BJP, Peren D. Abraham and vice president RJD, Nagaland Zengdibo Meriamai have joined the party. It also welcomed the Congress leaders led by ex-DCCI president, Raitu Chawang and ex-DCCI secretary, Haisui Lungalang for joining the NPF fold.
FTC to conduct Bible quest competition
DIMAPUR: Faith Theological Bible (FTC) would be conducting ‘Written Open Bible Quest 2010’ competition on September 5, 2 p.m at Faith Theological College. FTC founder Principal Rev. Dr. S. Gangte has informed all Church leaders and school, college authority to send candidates for open competition which will be of objective type. For more information participants have been informed to contact 9436425173, 9856319201 and 9774870677 for details.
ANGCTA welcomes new UGC scheme
DIMAPUR: All Nagaland Government College Teachers Association (ANGCTA) has welcomed the implementation of 6th UGC scheme by state government for teachers and librarians of government colleges in Nagaland.
The new scheme entailed revision of pay and application of stringent service regulations as recommended by University Grants Commission of India and promises to usher in era of great positive changes in higher education setting of Nagaland.
ANGCTA president Dr. Rudra and general secretary Wenyitso Kapfo stated that important features of new service regulations include compulsory NET qualification for appointment, incentives for PhD and M.Phil, and Performance Appraisal Scoring System for promotions would ensure continuous improvement of teachers’ knowledge and utmost input in the workplace. The Association thanked state government for its vision and the will to provide low –cost- high- quality education to the children.
Chingmei, Chendang aganist chemical use
TUENSANG: Chingmei, Chendang village council and Village Bee Keeping Committee (VBKC) have passed a resolution not to use chemical practices for any cultivation crops under their respective jurisdictions.
Chairman Chingmei village council N. Aollen stated that, both the village had processed for organic honey production under HBHM with collaboration of Society of General Surveillance (SGS) of India PVT Ltd. The councils further cautioned that any body found violating the resolution would be fined Rs 5000.
Winners of essay competition to participate in Kisama
DIMAPUR: Phek winners for the essay competition on the topic ‘Bamboo for community and livelihood’ which was held on August 21 at GHSS Phek are as follows: the first position went to Amalu Jossy of Royal Foundation School, 2nd prize to Wetso-u Kapfo of Christian Mission High school and Shekhovelu of GHS Porba. Meanwhile, the winners will be representing the district in the state level competition on September 8 at Kisama. Further the winners have been informed to collect the prize money from DEO office Phek on August 30.