Menukhol John addressing the introductory session of ASU conference on March 22. (Morung Photo)
Piphema | March 22
A three day long 28th biennial general conference of the Angami Students’ Union (ASU) got underway today at Piphema village under the theme “Aspiring Dynamics.”
Speaking at the introductory session this evening, Menukhol John, Principal Secretary, School Education Nagaland hoped that the students will extract the best from this conference and further contribute to the society.
He spoke on the topic “Hopes & Vision”- Our realistic response.
“One should have a great hope and vision,” he said.
The principal secretary told the students that one will not achieve the desired goal “unless you put in hard-work, unless you work towards your goal, unless you try to realise your goal.”
The introductory session was chaired by ASU vice president Petekhrietuo Kiewhuo while welcome address was delivered by president, Chakhroma Students’ Union.
Zhato Kimho, President PKKK shared greetings. General Secretary report for the year 2017-2019 was delivered by ASU general secretary Vizokho Zashümo.
Hundreds of delegates from four ranges- Northern Angami Students’ Union (NASU), Southern Angami Students’ Union (SASU), Western Angami Students’ Union (WASU) and Chakhroma Students’ Union (CSU), are taking part in this conference.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio will be the speaker of the inaugural session on March 23 at 10:00 AM.
Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) president Kesosul Christopher Ltu will deliver solidarity message.
ASU president Visako Rino will deliver presidential address.
Greetings will be shared Seyielhouto Keyho, convemor LOC and official of Angami Public Organization.
Literary session will take place on March 23 from 13:00 hours with Kezholesa Dominic Thaprii, Asst. Prof. HoD, Department of Sociology, Baptist College Kohima as critic.
Dr Kedilezo Kikhi, Professor of Sociology & Dr Ambedkar Chair Professor, Tezpur University and Dr CP Alexander, Vice Chancellor, ICFAI University will be the speakers of the academic session on March 23 at 3:30 pm.