Sunday, October 2, 2022

Need NSA Cell across universities: NSA Kohima

Naga Scholars’ Association (NSA) Regional Unit Kohima at its general body meeting held on January 22 felt the need to form NSA Cell across the universities to carry forward the intellectual activities.
At the meeting, held in Kohima, the unit has also announced a new team of office bearers to be led by Dr. Visiezolie Yashu as president and Dr. Daili Kholia as vice president.
Chairing the meeting, NSA Regional Unit Kohima president Dr. Zavise Rume said that NSA was formed by few Naga scholars working in the universities across the world. He said NSA has now become a common platform for Naga scholars working in different parts of the country.
Dr. Rume also stressed on the need to take up healthy interaction on any issue, particularly on academic excellence.
During the discussion hour at the general body meeting, the members felt the need to focus on sustainable development goals with special reference to enhancement of quality education,
Earlier, Dr. Kholia Mao, general secretary, NSA Regional Unit Kohima and Vinoholi Chophy, finance secretary NSA Regional Unit Kohima presented their respective reports at the meeting. Dr. Chinpai Lily, joint secretary NSA Regional Unit Kohima prayed for the programme.
The new team of NSA Regional Unit Kohima 2022-24 was announced by Dr. Lanukumla Ao, member nomination committee.
The new team was blessed with a prayer by Asst Priest, SFS Parish Kohima, Fr. Gwatilo Alex, Tep.
With it’s headquarter at New Delhi, NSA was formed in 2010 and NSA Regional Unit Kohima unit was formed in 2018. Currently, Dr. Zuchamo Yanthan, faculty, Social Sciences, IGNOU New Delhi is the president of central office bearer of NSA.