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ERSU 28th general conference held at New Riphyim village

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 1/16/2021 12:28:25 PM IST

Englan Range Students Union (ERSU) held its 28th general conference under the theme, “Work is Worship” at New Riphyim village on January 14, with DC Wokha, Orenthung Lotha as special guest and assistant professor of Mt. Tiyi College, Wokha, R. Chanchithung Kithan as theme speaker. 

A press release by ERSU media cell stated that, Orenthung Lotha enlightened the gathering on the reality of today’s generation, where he observed that socio-economic changes in the Englan range was developing positively. While observing the present pandemic situation, the special guest said that “we are not in a position to hold any public gathering which is a wakeup call for the people.” 

Stressing on the technological advancement at this present stage, he advocated the right usage of social networking sites and urged students to strive hard for excellence, developing work culture and venturing into various platforms available to them. While more severe and damaging pandemic might develop in the near future, the special guest encouraged for taking steps to save and protect the environment. Speaking on the theme, R. Chanchithung Kithan observed that students’ community were mentally stressed leaving a serious socio-economic impact on the society, especially the under privileged. He also asserted that division of labour was indispensable for the proper functioning of society as everyone was not capable of doing all sorts of work. 

Earlier, short greetings were delivered by Englan Range Village Council Union member, Nyimtsemo Odyuo and Lotha Students’ Union vice president, Chumben Khuvung. Special prayer and blessing was offered by Thechamo Kithan, pastor Englan Baptist Church, special song by Yikhum Baptist Church choir, vote of thanks by ERSU vice president, Z. Chumbenthung Jungio and benediction by Yikhum Baptist Church youth director, Yanyithung Odyuo. Programme was chaired by Noyingbeni M. Odyuo and N. Zarenthung Tungoe, invocation by Mhao Tsopoe, asso. pastor New Riphyim Baptist Church and welcome address by ERSU president, Longshibemo Odyuo. New office bearers were also elected with Meribemo Tungoe as the new president for the tenure 2021-2023. 


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