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Eastern Rock contest-1: Unemployment youth wing society Tuensang town would be presenting Eastern rock contest-1 scheduled from June 11 and 25 at Tuensang, with Nagaland Post as the media partner. In this regard, the organizer has informed interested bands to collect forms which would be available at Awesome Print Station near Clock Tower and Wacky Collection Tuensang, or may contact 9612302368, 9856728902, 9863486115.
LMRSU vice-president, suspended: Lotha Middle Range Students’ Union (LMRSU) in an emergency executive meeting on May 6 and as per its resolution No.3 (Clause - B) LMRSU had suspended Mhabemo Ngullie from Okotso Unit, also the vice president of LMRSU for his misconduct till next presidential meeting.
NU declares MA history, archaeology result: The re-evaluation result of MA history and archaeology third semester examinations 2010 and provisional result of M.A history and archaeology second and fourth semester examinations of Nagaland University held in the month of October 2010 has been declared.
NU exam routine for 1st and 2nd semester: Routine for 1st and 2nd semester examination for the department of education, English, history and archaeology, commerce and Tenyidie under Nagaland University has been declared. Examination would be conducted from May 10 to 20, and time allotted would be as specified in the question paper.
NNC general information: NNC has informed members of all Regions that it will be conducting an emergency meeting on May 13 at 10am in Dimapur. All are requested to attend the meeting. For further details, one may contact 9402036254, 9862378836, and 9436800763.
37th mission emphasis week: The 37th mission emphasis week of Eastern Bible College would be held on Eastern Bible College chapel hall from May 9-11 starting 9am – 9pm. The emphasis week would be held on the theme “Intimacy with God- John.15.5-8”.
NU confers Ph.D in sociology, geography: Nagaland University vice chancellor has declared M. Temjen Longkumer as provisionally qualified Ph. D in sociology. Topic of the thesis is ‘A sociological investigation of crimes in Nagaland’ under the supervision of Dr. A Lanunungsang Ao. Meanwhile, Sakulemba Longkumer has also been declared as provisionally qualified Ph.D in geography resource management. The topic of his thesis is ‘Human resource development as strategy for socio-economic change in Nagaland’ with Prof. Lanusosang as the supervisor.
St. Gabriel School Chumu fetes HSLC topper: St. Gabriel School Chumukedima felicitated Hemam Singhajit Mangan, 29th topper of HSLC examination and other distinction holders at a small function held on May 6 at the school premises. Speaking on the occasion as chief guest Thepfulhoutuo Shuya, chief advisor Chumukedima Town Council exhorted the candidates and the school authority to keep up the aspiration of the founder father late Lhoumhalie Zuyie. Meanwhile, cash incentives were awarded to the candidates from the school management and teachers.
Green-SONS meeting: Green Succession of Nagaland State (Green-SONS) has convened a meeting on May 9, 4pm at Oral Dental Care Clinic, Opp. Metro Hospital, Dimapur.
NZSUS inform students: Nagaland Zeliang Student’s Union Shillong (NZSUS) has informed students interested to get admission at various schools and colleges at Shillong to contact the union at 09615407291/09615018870.
YVC general meeting: Yanmhon Old Village Council (YVC) has convened a general meeting cum get together on May 14, 8am at the council hall. All government service holders of Yanmhon village have been requested to attend the meeting.
CTC notify land/building owners: Chumukedima Town Council (CTC) has informed land or building owners within the stretch of National Highway to remove or dismantle all temporary structure, ‘ghumty’ shops and temporary sheds within seven days from the date of issue of this notification. Thepfulhoutuo Shuya, chief advisor CTC further informed public that sale of alcohol within Chumukedima jurisdiction has been strictly banned and violators of the above notifications would be strictly dealt with as per the provision of law.
Tenyimia union clarifies: Clarifying the news item “Tenyimi union condemns murder attempt”, in a press statement issued by Dingolong Zeliang, general secretary, the Tenyimia Union Tseminyu Town said that Thinvuovicha’s attacker’s names and address should read as “Avizo Richa s/o Ade Richa of Jakhama origin and Ngaku Chang s/o Thungpang Chang of Chigmei origin from Tuensang district residing at Lower Chanmari, Kohima”. Further TU said the sentence “Avizo stopped victim car” should be read as “when Thinuovicha went again to re-park his vehicle from his co-brother house, the accused Avizo Richa and Ngaku Chang appeared on the scene seeing the victim near the vehicle and started demanding the key of his vehicle”.
NSAMB 2nd board meeting: The 2nd board of directors meeting of Nagaland State Agricultural Marketing Board (NSAMB) has been convened on May 10, 11am at Agricultural Directorate conference hall.
BCG union emergency meeting: An emergency meeting of BCG union has been convened on May 12, 11am at Directorate of Health and Family Welfare conference hall. All the BCG officers, S/A’s, P/A’s and BCG technicians have been requested to attend the meeting. For more information one may contact 9436684050, 9436079745 and 9402002900.
Seminar on entrepreneurship: Youth Association of Nagaland (YAN) would be organizing a seminar on entrepreneurship cum general consultative meeting under the theme “unleashing entrepreneurship” on May 13 at IMC hall, Dimapur with Dr. K.C. Nihoshe Yepthomi, parliamentary secretary Industry and Commerce, government of Nagaland as chief guest. The association further requested all its unit and sub-unit colony/sector youth organizations to send at least 20 people for the seminar and a detailed name list to be submitted at YAN office or to Dimapur District Youth Coordination Committee officials on or before May 11.
Under graduate teachers emergency meeting: An emergency meeting of parents and the candidates of the under graduate teachers oral interview 2004 (fresh) all Nagaland has been convened on May 13 at Hotel Saramati, Dimapur. All parents and candidates have been requested to attend the meeting and for more information to contact at 08974784055 or 09436015789.
Loan applications: The 2nd phase Integrated Cooperative Development Project (ICDP), Dimapur loan application forms would be issued from May 16 to 27. All interested registered cooperative societies have been requested to obtain the forms, from Chief Project Officer’s office during office hours. Further applications are to reach ICDP office on or before June 15 and no application forms would be accepted after the fixed date.
Raid on illegal liquor/booze joints: District excise and prohibition enforcement duty party led by senior inspectors Khevito Swu, Toshiho Yeptho and Limatemsu conducted a surprise raid on illegal liquor/booze joints in and around supermarket complex, Dimapur on May 6 and seized 240 bottles of IMFL and beer of various brands and about 80 litres of country liquor. Informing this in a press statement, Pitongse Sangtam, superintendent of Excise and Prohibition, Dimapur said that in this connection, 16 persons were arrested and penalized as per the relevant sections of NLTP Act.
Workshop on ‘Internal Quality Assurance Cell’: A one-day workshop on ‘Internal Quality Assurance Cell’ for Principals and Coordinators of secular colleges would be held on May 10, 10am at Hotel Japfu Kohima. Minister for higher and technical education, urban development, Dr. Shürhozelie Liezietsu would grace the workshop as chief guest. Additional chief secretary Alemtemshi Jamir, IAS will be the guest of honour, while assistant advisor, NAAC Bangalore, Dr. Ganesh A. Hegde will be the resource person.

 
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