Phagwara Naga community fosters unity

Phagwara Naga community fosters unity
Naga Students’ Union Phagwara Miss and Mister Fresher Zeneikhonuo Rame and Krosu Hiesuh with others during the function held at Hotel Prime Tower on September 2.


Dimapur, September 3 (MExN): To foster the unity and relationship of Naga community living in Phagwara, Punjab and to welcome the freshers, the Naga Students’ Union Phagwara (NSUP) organised Fresher’s Day at Hotel Prime Tower on September 2.


NSUP Secretary, Information and Publicity in a press release said that the programme was graced by Jaswant Singh, founding President of Karamyogi Charitable Society, who is also the Legal Advisor of NSUP, as the chief guest.


Singh shared his expectations from the freshers; that they keep their goal straight, work towards it and not to involve in any activities that does not conform to the society.


Assistant Professor Pele George Chakre also speaking on the occasion talked of how early preparedness and prayer can be powerful tools for achieving success.


The interactive family-get-together was well attended by Nagas at Phagwara, guests from various Northeast states, North East Students’ Organization, Christian Fellowship Jalandhar and staffs of Karamyogi Charitable Society. “We feel like this place is a home far away from home,” commented Pithungo O Ngullie, who spoke on behalf of the freshers.


Meanwhile, Krosu Hiesuh and Zeneikhonuo Rame were crowned Mister and Miss Fresher 2018.


Earlier, invocation was said by Pastor Tiaakum Ozukum, CFJ, welcome address by President Kekhrievituo Miachie-o. The programme was hosted by Netanya Khayi and Pekrunuo Grace Cheng. The judges for the freshers were Belinda Maisnam, Rinlungso Zas and Pele George.