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Published on 1 Nov. 2010 12:39 AM IST
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NWVA meeting
DIMAPUR: Meeting of Nagaland Women Voluntary Association (NWVA) has bee convened on November 2, at 3 pm at state banquet hall.
BA and B.Com repeaters informed
DIMAPUR: Repeaters of BA and B.Com students of Unity College have been asked to fill up examination forms between 8:30am and 2pm on all working days before the last date on November 10.
DC Phek on election of village council member
DIMAPUR: With reports from Phek villages that are in the process of selecting/electing new village council members on completion of five year tenure, DC Phek has directed villagers to wait for state government’s directives for selection/election of village council member. DC Mikha Lomi in a notification informed that as per the directives of state government and under Article 6 clause (a) of the village council act, every village council unless otherwise dissolved by the state government shall continue for five years from the date of appointment provided that the tenure may be extended by the state governments by a notification in the gazette for a period not exceeding one year at the time.
USSC to publish annual magazine
TUENSANG: United Sangtam Students’ Conference (USSC) would be publishing its annual magazine for the session of 2010 – 11, under the theme ‘Dimension’. General secretary USSC, T. Hepong Sangtam has informed all affiliated unions to submit details on years of establishment of the village and the students union, present statistical report of the students from class A to post graduate (class wise). For further information students have been informed to contact 9856703970, 9862851176 and 9436403202 or e-mail:
NEPCA formed
DIMAPUR: North east psychological counselors association (NEPCA) conducted a meeting on October 23 at Shillong. According to its convener, Zavise Rume, during the meeting an association under the banner of NEPCA was formed with Shillong as its headquarter. Towards this effort, NEPCA has informed that there will be a formal meeting of all certified psychological counselors in north east region on November 27 from 10 am onwards at NERIE conference hall, NERIE, NCERT, Nongrim hills, Shillong to deliberate on the aims and objectives, policies and programmes of the association. Further, the NEPCA added that any person who has a diploma or degree certificate in counseling from any recognized institution would be eligible to participate in the meeting and become a member of the association. For further information, one may contact Dr. P. Pakma- 9863066173 or Dr. Lalcharliani – 9436141546.
Wokha town council revises rate of pork
DIMAPUR: In a joint meeting of ABMS and pork dealers held at the office of Athel O Lotha, administrator, Wokha Town Council (WTC) on October 28 deliberated the price rate of pork in the town. The pork dealers expressed various grievances in detail and after discussion, the house resolved to enhance the rate of pork meat to `130 per kg with effect from the date of issuing this order. The order also directed pork dealers to burn/dress the pigs properly, and not to mix teeth and legs with the meat to be sold to customers, not to use hand made weighing stones but replace with original weighing stones and that dealers should co-operate with the authority and comply with the above directive strictly. Failing which, the order stated that a fine of `2000 would be imposed against defaulters under Municipal Act of 2001.
TVC consultative meeting held
DIMAPUR: Tsongphong village council (TVC) held a consultative meeting comprising of village councils, students’ union, GBs, village elders and general public on October 26 at Tsongphong village. During the meet, the house seriously deliberated on various issues relating the village welfare and the house has resolved to extend full cooperation to DAN government under the leadership of Neiphiu Rio, chief minister and Shurhozelie, president NPF Nagaland. Further, the house appreciated C Kipili Sangtam, MLA & Chairman NSMDC Nagaland for initiating various developmental activities under 59A/C, the house has resolved and declared as solid village to support C Kipili Sangtam for the forth coming general election.
Career conference at LFHSS
DIMAPUR: A career conference programme was held at Little Flower Higher Secondary School on October 27, organized by vocational guidance and counseling cell, SCERT Kohima for class 10 students. The programme was attended by 129 students of class 10. Zavise Rume, officer in-charge of vocational guidance and counseling cell, SCERT was the resource person for the programme who highlighted different academic and vocational courses available for students after class 10 or 12 passed. During the interaction session, many questions were asked based on the interests of the students. Debasish Dutta, consultant, gateway career consultancy, Dimapur, presented a slide show on various technical and professional courses for the students after 10 or class 12 passed. Principal Sr Anna Molly in this regard thanked the department of SCERT and appreciated the presentation.
Career guidance prog in Tuensang
DIMAPUR: Educo Vision would be organising one-day subject- based career guidance programme for college students on November 10 at Tuensang in collaboration with Sao Chang College, Tuensang. Resource persons include Dr. Temjen Ao consultant, Educo Vision, Dr. Paul, Dr. Santosh, Lalveda, Longti, K. Chim, Longshen, Dipak, Nath, Aosenla, Chuba and Iris. Interested students have been informed to contact Dr. Temjen Ao at 9436016198 or principal, Sao Chang government college, Tuensang.
Recreation room for Orphanage School, Tsg
DIMAPUR: Hostel and recreation room for Orphanage School opposite, Tuensang was inaugurated on October 29 by Lt Col Satyendra Singh, officiating commandant, 1 Assam Rifles. According to a defence release, the project was constructed by 1 Assam Rifles, as part of director general Assam Rifles military civic action project under the aegis of head quarter 7 sector Assam Rifles. A gathering of approximate 15 teachers, wardens, 175 students and 40 people from Tuensang town including chairman, GBs and DBs and pastor of Tuensang town witnessed the function.The people of Tuensang town expressed gratitude to 1st (Lushai Hills) Battalion Assam Rifles for doing a magnificent job and completing the project in shortest possible time.

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