Kohima | October 14
The forthcoming 17th biennial general conference 2015 of the All Nagaland College Students Union (ANCSU) will be very different from the earlier normal conferences. ANCSU president Tsukjem Longkumer today informed the media here that it will be kind of seminar oriented conference with an objective to provide platform to the talented students to excel in different fields and take them forward beyond the boundary.
The conference will take place from October 21 to 24 at Indira Gandhi Stadium Kohima.
“This conference is a good opportunity for all the colleges to share their minds, grievances as well to promote the talent of the students,” Longkumer said.
Organizing committee convenor Kelhouneizo Yhome said the conference will focus on upliftment and strengthening of the students. He said in an attempt to take the students towards a sustainable economy, the Union has engaged resource persons from different fields like politicians, social activists, academicians, who will deliver lecture during the conference.
Besides, it has invited four resource persons from Hyderabad for an academic session, sponsored by Nagaland Contractors & Suppliers Union. They will basically touch on charter accountant, Yhome said.
He said ANCSU is a unique union which takes up issues relating to career, curriculum, anomalies and discrepancies happening in the university and higher education.
Yhome made a fervent appeal to the general public and various agencies to extend their support towards the success of the conference. He said that the ANCSU has chosen “Excel beyond boundary” as the conference theme with a concept that many students excel in many fields be it in education, sports and any other activities but “we don’t go beyond.”
The said theme was chosen to promote “our society to be more advancing and development.”
ANCSU general secretary Katho P. Awomi maintained that the conference will be very beneficial for the college students. Stating that the ANCSU is putting its best effort to make the conference a grand success, Awomi called upon all the colleges to participate and gain maximum benefit.