Various unions and colleges observe respective ‘Fresher’s Day’

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/24/2019 12:00:42 PM IST

Thenyizumi Students’ Union Kohima (TSUK), Unified Minority Students Union (UMSU) of Dimapur Government College (DGC), Kohima Science College and J.N Aier College observed fresher’s day in their respective areas.

TSUK: Thenyizumi Students’ Union Kohima (TSUK) observed its 24th fresher’s social 2019 at LCS building Kohima on August 24 under the theme “living in a smart world”.

A press release from the union stated that assistant professor of Horticulture, SASRD: Nagaland University, Medziphema Dr. Rokolhuü K. Nakro graced the occasion as guest speaker.

In her speech, she stated the modern world was so competitive and that globalisation cannot be stopped but people needed to become smarter to adjust with the modern world. Professor reminded that the world was transforming because of smart technology, whereupon she urged 21st century generation to improvise the usage of smart technology and get adapted. 

While stating that with smart technology, it was now easy to access information, she admitted that students were smarter than teachers because of smart technology. She also suggested the teachers to upgrade themselves to cope up with the demands of the new generation. 

To the parents, she said education was a big challenge and reminded that parents should have a different approach to teach their children to deal with the machine. She said one cannot teach the children to compete with machines but rather teach them something unique so they can cope up. 

She also pointed out that there were no age restrictions for social media and smartphones, whereby she asked parents to keep a track and help children to make the best use of smart technology.  .

Head GB Thenyizu village Vepozoyi Theyo called upon the students to give their best in their academic career reminding them that the village has high hopes on them. 

Earlier, Beduzo Swuro, subject topper HSLC (foundation of information technology) spoke on behalf of the freshers, Vethizo Vero gave a report on education and statistical report and Khrünuto Kezo gave the presidential address. 

New executive members for TSUK were also elected for the year 2019-20, wherein Khrünuto Kezo was re-elected as president with Avolu Theyo as vice president and Thejoto Nienu as general secretary.

UMSU of DGC: Unified Minority Students Union (UMSU) of Dimapur Government College (DGC) organised its first fresher’s meet 2019 at BSNL community hall Kevijau Colony, Dimapur on August 24. 

A press release from UMSU general secretary, Ruipa Narzary stated that, programme was graced by Bishnu Bhattacharjee, prominent social worker & president NPF minority wing, central as chief guest along with other special invitees. Bhattacharjee encouraged freshers and youths at the auditorium in his address and emphasised on technical education & skill development to compete in national level in the field of employment. He said that such kind of united students forum was the asset of the nation and need of the hour. Other speakers were Raju Rao president UMSU, Sailendra from BSNL and Rajat Ghosh general secretary Dimapur Bengali Students Union.

Cultural show, Mr and Miss Freshers competition by students were the main highlights of the programme. Winners of Mr and Miss Freshers were Morengam Lamkang and Anjali Devi respectively. Vote of thanks was delivered by Ruipa Narzary, and benediction by Jenny. UMSU was formed in the year 2018 by united non-Naga students of DGC for welfare of the students.

KSCJ: The 58th fresher’s social of Kohima Science College (autonomous) Jotsoma (KSCJ), was observed on August 23, at college auditorium, with Kelhouseto Nakhro, deputy secretary as the special guest.

A press release from KSC Jotsoma stated that, while acknowledging the college as a good environment for studies, Nakhro said the campus offers a good avenue for aspiring research scholars in the field of Life Science. He further said about 3500 vacancies are produced every year in Nagaland owing to retirement or death of the employee. He urged the students to be humble and aim even for grade four jobs in various departments. Stressing on competitive exams and its approaches, Nakhro an interviewer for NPSC exam, gave tips on how to prepare and present themselves for various exams and interviews. 

Earlier, musical ensemble of college anthem was presented by the students in the programme chaired by Peihauding, welcome note was given by Yinjun C Naam, general secretary of KSCSU, followed by exhortation by Dr Lily Sema, principal of KSCJ. Vote of thanks was proposed by Narojungla Jamir assistant general secretary KSCSU. Informal session hosted by Nahngoi Konyak and Avikhrie witnessed various performances from the teachers and students. Tekhe Kapfo BSc 1st SEM from Dept of Physics and Unice Phucho, BSc 1st SEM, Dept of Physics were crowned Mr and Ms Fresher’s 2019.

JNAC Dimapur: J.N Aier College (JNAC), Dimapur observed its 8th fresher’s social on August 24 on the theme, “Incipit” with Dr. Riku Khutso, EAC Bhandari who was also the NPSC topper of 2016 as the guest motivator. 

A press release from JNAC assistant professor, Khenili Kiho stated that, guest motivator in his speech encouraged the students to always have a goal in life with a power plan.

Husukha and Vipeni K Zhimo were declared the Mr and Ms Fresher’s of 2019 and K Chihangam and Imtijungla was adjudged the 1st runners up.

The programme was chaired by Senjumbeni Jami, assistant professor of English. 

NSUP: Naga Students’ Union Pune (NSUP) celebrated its 39th annual fresher’s meet on August 15 at Don Bosco Youth centre with Language Development Committee, Deccan Education Society, chairperson, Dr. Kalpana Wandrekar, as the chief guest.

A press release by NSUP stated that, Dr Kalpana in her speech stressed on the importance of language and why it was important to safeguard one’s traditions and customs. Guest of honour, deputy commissioner of police crime, Pune Police, Bachchan Singh assured support to Nagas in case of emergencies. The event was marked by cultural presentations and various other performances.

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