ANCSU’s 17th biennial conference in Kohima

ANCSU’s 17th biennial conference in Kohima

Our Correspondent
Kohima | October 14

 

The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) is all set to hold its 17th biennial general conference 2015 under the theme “Excel beyond boundary” from October 21 to 24 at Indira Gandhi Stadium, Kohima.

 

Organising committee convenor Kelhouneizo Yhome said this during a press conference here in the presence of ANCSU president Tsukjem Longkumer and other executives.

 

Introductory session will take place on October 21, 6:00 pm onwards with Chubatola Longkumer, director, higher education as guest. Angami Students’ Union president Dievi Yano will also share greeting.

 

Minister for home Y. Patton will grace the inaugural function as chief guest on October 22, while parliamentary secretary for higher & technical education Deo Nukhu will be the guest of honour. It will start at10:00 am with ANCSU former speaker Kezhazer Angami as chairperson. Greetings will also be shared by Naga Students’ Federation president Subenthung Kithan.

 

Academic session 1 will take place on October 22 from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm. It will be marked by seminar and essay writing competition. The resource persons for the seminar, all from Hyderabad, are: Dr. K. Someshwar Rao, principal, Badruka college of commerce & arts, Rajesh Agarwal, coordinator, Badruka Institute of Professional Studies, Mitesh Kadakia, academic coordinator, Badruka Institute of Professional Studies and S. Ameet Sinbgh, vice president, Association of Badruka Alumni, Badruka College of Commerce & Arts.

 

Academic session II on the conference theme will take place from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm on October 22 with Alemtemshi Jamir, IAS (Retd), former chief secretary as resource person and Kesosul Christopher Ltu as moderator.

 

All the colleges have been requested to come prepared with one candidate each for the essay competition on the subject “Professionalism and hard work towards achieving sustainable economy.” The first position will carry a cash award of Rs. 15,000 while the second and third place will receive Rs. 10,000 and Rs. 7000 respectively.

 

Cultural session will take place on October 23 with MLA Neiphrezo Keditsu, chairman, NSMDC Ltd as cultural guest. Staring from 9:30 onwards, it will be marked by cultural dance, folk song and ethnic show. The union Assembly and election hour have been scheduled from 12:30 onwards. The valedictory function will take place on October 23 at 5:00 pm with minister for rural development C.L. John as the chief guest while Lalthara, advisor and senior principal secretary to Chief Minister will be the guest of honour.

 

All the colleges have been requested to come prepared with two items each for the collegiate night. All the affiliated college units must come with qualified intending candidate(s) for ANCSU office bearers election 2015-2017 with recommendation letter from students union and college authority, it was informed. Meanwhile, all affiliated colleges have been requested to delegate 25 students each for the conference.