Sunday, August 14, 2022

Organisations conduct felicitation programmes

All Sümi Students’ Union (SKK) on July 1, organised a felicitation meet on in Dimapur to felicitate the toppers of HSLC and HSSLC examination, 2022.
In a press release, SKK media cell informed that during the programme, Rev. Dr. Z.K. Rochill congratulated the successful candidates on their achievement.
He encouraged them to continue working hard to fetch greater success in life and also advised them to be proud of their identity and culture.
Further, Rev. Dr. Rochill encouraged them to pay back their due share of appreciation and commitment to the Sümi community.
He also offered a dedicatory prayer to all the toppers.
Earlier, the programme was chaired by SKK secretary education & statistical, Ngukato L. Aye, invocation was offered by Thahekhu Baptist Church youth pastor Kivigho Chishi, SKK president Katho P. Awomi delivered the welcome note while special presentation was performed by Roviche Yepthomi.
Later, word of gratitude was proposed by SKK secretary public relation, Kawoka V. Awomi.
The toppers who were felicitated at the programme included—Tokabo Katty top 5th (Arts) HSSLC, Kikati Yeptho top 10th (Arts) HSSLC and Tomeka J. Sumi top 19th HSLC.
The programme was attended by SKK constituent unit leaders.
ANTA: All Nagaland Taxi Association (ANTA) Wokha unit on July 2 organised a felicitation programme for class X and XII students of Taxi Association family with secretary to the government of Nagaland (Rtd.) and vice president, central executive board of NDPP, Y.M. Humtsoe.
Speaking at the programme, Humtsoe congratulated the six successful students on bringing laurels to the taxi association family when their parents were working day and night to meet their needs.
Sharing his experiences as a student, he challenged the students to work hard, shoulder the responsibilities and to achieve the dreams of their parents.
He said the present generation was availing class facilities and that the earlier society and the life of students were remote.
In this regard, he asked them to avail the opportunity through such facilities by sticking to their works as students and to remain dedicated leaving aside the worldly lifestyle of the rich.
Advising them to respect their parents’ profession and stay humble, he also encouraged them to always put God first in their works.
In his speech, Lotha Students’ Union (LSU) president, Ashanthung Humtsoe invited the students to visit the LSU office to share ideas or clear their doubts as assistance and help to student community would be assured.
He also exhorted the students that their parents had responsibilities by playing a vital role in the community through their services as taxi drivers.
In this regard, he urged upon them not to be ashamed as their parents were respected for their duties and reminded them to peruse their studies with zeal and dedication.
Meanwhile, he informed that LSU will shortly conduct an annual felicitation programme of students’ excellence award.
All Commercial Vehicle Association (ACVA) Wokha district president, Renbi Ngullie also exhorted the students to use mobile phones as a source of knowledge for their career.
He called on them to do manual work and help their family during their free time.
Further, he reminded not to be carried away as success came to those who sacrifices and helped themselves.
In his keynote address, ANTA Wokha unit president, Hayithung Odyuo informed that the programme was organised as per March 25, 2022 resolution of ANTA at Zunheboto.
He congratulated all the successful students of ANTA Wokha unit family and hoped that they would achieve greater heights.
Altogether, six HSLC and HSSLC students of the ANTA Wokha unit family were awarded for their meritorious achievements while one candidate was awarded for securing a job in all India bank service exams.

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