NSU Punjab observes 8th fresher’s day

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 9/9/2018 11:18:57 AM IST

The Naga community in Phagwara, Punjab organized its 8th fresher’s day for Naga students on September 2 at Hotel Prime Tower in Phagwara.

A press release from NSUP information and publicity secretary stated that the program was graced by Jaswant Singh, founding president of Karamyogi Charitable Society, who is also the legal advisor of NSUP, as the chief guest.

He urged the freshers to set their goals straight, work towards it and not involve in any activity that does not conform to society. Assistant prof. Pele George Chakre also spoke on the occasion. 

The program was attended by Nagas at Phagwara, guests from various North East states, North East Students’ Organization, Christian Fellowship Jalandhar and staff of Karamyogi Charitable Society. 

Zeneikhonuo Rame and Krosu Hiesuh were crowned Miss and Mister Fresher 2018 respectively.

Earlier, God’s blessing was invoked by pastor Tiaakum Ozukum, CFJ; a welcome address was delivered by president Kekhrievituo Miachie-O; special numbers were presented by Mhiephronguno Khate & Yungphula Akiu. Khrul Kiso proposed a vote of thanks and Samuel Longkumer said the benediction. The program was hosted by Netanya Khayi and Pekrunuo Grace Cheng. The judges for the freshers introduction were Belinda Maisnam, Rinlungso Zas and Pele George.


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