ANCSU organizes beat contest

ANCSU organizes beat contest
Performance by Immanuel College, Dimapur
Staff Reporter Dimapur Nov 15 | Publish Date: 11/15/2018 12:00:48 PM IST

 As part of its 4-day collegiate meet, All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) held a beat contest featuring six college bands at Dimapur Government College on Thursday evening. 

The six colleges that vied for top honours were; Immanuel College, Dimapur;  Kohima Science College, Jotsoma; Dimapur Government College; Fazl Ali College, Mokokchung; and People’s College, Mokokchung.  Each band played two songs and was judged by three judges; Incipit lead guitarist Atsa Long Roths, proprietor of Crescendo Akum Jamir, and Incipit drummer Yangkum Jinger.  

 The special invitee for the evening was Advisor, Rural Development, Niekiesalie Nicky Kire, who in his address, encouraged the students to be the best not just where they were but even in the national level. He also pointed out how those who dissuade youngsters from pursuing sports and music as a career have been proven wrong as sports persons earn the most today. 

The other highlight of the programme included a brief note by the ANCSU social and cultural secretary, Keneisituo Kense. The comperes for the best contest were Atokali Kiba and Ruopfukuolie Chutso. 



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