DIMAPUR: Emergency meeting of All Nagaland Small Tea Growers Association (ANSTGA) office bearers and unit president and secretaries would be held on May 5, 10a.m at its head office. Tea growers willing to go for legal consultant have been informed to submit relevant documents for claiming subsidy after obtaining no objection letter and planted tea during the year 2006-2009.
DIMAPUR: Chesezumi Welfare Union, Dimapur has convened an executive meeting on May 4 at 2pm at the School of Music, Residency Colony, Dimapur.
Students’ unions on NU online exam
DIMAPUR: College students’ unions in Dimapur have pointed out certain anomalies in the recently concluded online examination conducted by Nagaland University. Tetso College Students’ Union and student representatives from Government College Dimapur, City College of Arts and Commerce, Eastern College and PCC said that in B. Com I Business Economic paper, the question paper was set up for 98 marks instead of 100 marks and that the marks allotted for one question was written 5+5=20. Stating that the online exam system has made matters worse, the students’ unions have said that the Nagaland University should look into the matter seriously and deliver justice to the students before declaring the undergraduate exam result.
Website for schools, colleges etc
DIMAPUR: National Network of Education (NNE) has launched a unique service for all educational Institutes and related service providers. Institutes in Nagaland shall get their website address as www.NagalandEducation.in/yourname. Institutes creating these web sites shall also automatically get listed in NNE’s educational search engine and database. Schools, Institutes, Coaching Centers, Colleges and Universities howsoever big or small, all can take advantage of these services of the NNE. Institutes who already have their own websites will get listed in NNE’s search facility with greater interactivity with the visitors of their listing.The details of the service can be seen at www.IndiaEducation.Net/w4i.