Various student unions conduct respective fresher’s social

Correspondent KOHIMA, AUG 25 (NPN) | Publish Date: 8/25/2019 11:54:27 AM IST

Poumai Naga Tsiidoumai Me Kohima (students’ union) organized its 35th fresher’s social function (Vedaoyu niih) with assistant general manager SBI, Hepuni Bismarck as special guest and president Poumai Hoho Nagaland PH Shesou as guest of honour at Baptist High auditorium Mission Compound, Kohima on August 24.

Bismarck in his address said that, living in a competitive world unless the students were well prepared during students’ life they would be left out. He advised the students’ community to develop the habit of reading to acquire more knowledge and set their target at the early stage with dedication to achieve in life. He encouraged the young students to know how to overcome different obstacles they may face to reap the harvest one day. 

Bismarck said identifying one’s talent and capability was equally important while striving to achieve in life as without that student’s may waste their valuable time and energy.  Encouraging the students’ to work hard with creativity, he also advised them to study smartly and do things differently to be successful. He also highlighted the various careers one could take up other than government job. Citing the example of advanced nations, he challenged the students present to work hard which was the only solution for advancement.

Guest of honour Shesou in his address urged the gathering to preserve the rich Naga culture and cultivate work culture. He asked the young people never to forget their roots. 

Hoho president advised the students’ community to be humble, dedicated, faithful, sincere and hard working to be become somebody in life.

President Poumai Naga Union Kohima, Shem Koh and president Poumai Naga Tsiidoumai Me, Isaac Thaoveinii also addressed the gathering.

The 1st session was compeered by David Ng and K.Poune, welcome song presented by PBYFK, invocation prayer by Bunii Dominic Cathechist PNCCK, presidential address delivered by president PNTMK Veikho Victor and speech on behalf of freshers’ by Veivane. 

Folk tale play was displayed St. Joseph’s College students, special number presented by PNCYAK youth, vote of thanks by GS PNTMK ND Stevenson and benediction by Rev, Thaongaolou Rosii pastor PBCK.

In the second session, assistant general secretary NSF Ng. Siipunii Philo addressed the gathering. Pavei Ramai and Anaruth Domai, both from Saranamai village were crowned as Mr. And Miss fresher’s respectively. 

NUSUL: Nagaland University, Lumami (NUSUL) held its 22nd fresher’s day on August 23, under the theme “Designing destiny” at NUSUL. 

A press release from NUSU-L general secretary Süyievelü Venuh and information and publicity secretary Mewekhro Mero stated that the programme was graced by Dr. Hotokhu Chishi, addl. director, Health and Family Welfare, Nagaland as the guest speaker and Imlibenla Wati as guest judge for the Mr. and Miss Fresher 2019 Contest who also sponsored the winning prize for the same. 

Khyochamo Yanthan won the title Mr. Fresher 2019 and Kuthuno Cukhamu was crowned as Miss Fresher 2019. Nsimtube Ndang bagged the title Mr. Personality 2019 and Lochumlo Shitiri crowned as Miss Congeniality 2019, Inaka Yeptho as Mr. Photogenic 2019 and Tongpangkokla Aier as Miss Photogenic 2019.

NSUD: Naga Students’ Union Dibrugarh (NSUD) held its annual freshers day on August 24 at Little Flower School, Dibrugarh auditorium. NK Kaphungkui asst professor, Dibrugarh University Institute of Engineering and Technology (DUIET) exhorted the students. Dr. Bendangjungshi, pastor, NCF Dibrugarh gave a special prayer for the freshers. Special invitees who attended the programme were Sonowal Khachari study circle president and general secretary Kamjyoti Sonowal and Kailash Kutum; and Dibrugarh University Mishing Students Union president Bikram Mili. 

The members also attended the programme and encouraged the freshers and members to stand united and strive hard to reach their goal. 

Earlier, Dr. Akhono asst professor, of Anthropology, Dibrugarh University pronounced the invocation and vice president Kape Khalo gave the welcome address. 

Around 70 members along with 16 freshers from Assam Medical College, Dibrugarh University and other colleges in Dibrugarh attended the programme. 


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