Mex News File

FGN apprehends three imposters

Dimapur, April 4 (MExN): The Dimapur Town Command, Naga Army (UT-I), Federal Government of Nagaland, on March 30, arrested Vikaho Achumi of Yehimi village, Nagaho Ayeh of Yehimi village and Jafet Ayeh of Ikiye village. A press note issued by G. Zhimomi, joint secretary, ‘ministry of rali wali’, Federal Government of Nagaland informed that the imposters were apprehended on receiving the information of extorting and collecting illegal taxes in the name of FGN.  Henceforth, the Federal Government once again requested the business establishments to be vigilant in paying the taxes to the wrong persons, impersonating as government assignees. Furthermore, the government will serve the befitting punishment even up to “Capital Punishment” as an example, those found indulging in future.

AKM cautions govt employees in Mokokchung district

DIMAPUR, APRIL 4 (MExN): The Ao Students Conference (AKM) has warned the irregular government employees in different departments under Mokokchung district. “…has cautioned the employees to be sincere and regular in their respective duties and responsibilities for which they are paid handsomely by the government of Nagaland,” stated the AKM in a press note issued by its president N Akok Lkr and general secretary Bendang Walling. The note stated: “in many departments, it is found that the employees, particularly the HoDs come to office once or twice in a month much to the utter dismay and nuisance of general public. It is also found that in many schools in remote places, enthusiastic students are being victimized and denied the right to education due to absence or shortage of teachers.”Therefore, the AKM once again reiterates its stand to implement “‘re-deployment of teachers’ policy in letter and spirit”. The AKM has, henceforth resolved to voice out against such indifferent attitude of the concern officers and the employees serving under Mokokchung district and those found neglecting their assigned duties will be forced for befitting punishment from the higher authority, the note said.

NNC coordination committee suspended

DIMAPUR, APRIL 4 (MExN): The NNC has resolved to suspend its coordination committee members over misuse of funds. The NNC’s information & publicity wing in a press note has stated that the funds were given by “other Party as good-will help to NNC”. The resolution was passed in the house on March 29. “…this resolution stands in the interest of all concerned and final”. The note stated that committee members had taken the money from “other Party and distributed the whole amount among themselves and creating confusion, misunderstanding and division in the NNC set-up”.

LLB courses examinations

DIMAPUR, APRIL 4 (MExN): The Nagaland University has informed to all concerned that the examinations of first, third and fifth semester LLB courses will be held tentatively by April 18. The last date of receiving examination forms with requisite fees from the college is April 8. No application forms shall be entertained beyond the stipulated last date of submission. Details of examination programmes shall be notified shortly, according to a notification issued by Pranab Kumar Sarkar, deputy registrar (examinations).

ASU’s 24th biennial general conference from April 8

DIMAPUR, APRIL 4 (MExN): The 24th biennial general conference of Angami Students’ Union (ASU) will take place from April 8 to 10 at Sovima village under the theme “Re-orienting priorities.” Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio will grace the occasion as the chief guest while Vipralhou Kesiezie, director, SCERT will be the guest of honour. Other guests at the conference includes; Savi Legeise, president Naga Council Dimapur as introductory guest, Kesonyu Yhome, IAS, ADC Mokokchung as academic guest and Vicavor Krose, director, youth department, ABCC as devotional guest. Dr. Keyiekhrie Kire, IFS, conservator of forest will be the resource person of the conference. He will speak on the topic “Environmental depredations; our response in the context of our civilizing traits.” Greetings will be shared by NSF president Metsikhoyo Yhobu and CPO president Razouoovotuo at the inaugural function.

JYO general meet cum seminar from April 7

Dimapur, April 4 (MExN): The Jotsoma Youth Organisation general meeting cum seminar under the theme: “A Change Through Renewed Effort” will be held from April 7 to 9 at the village council hall, Jotsoma.  A press note issued by the JYO’s president Vilhubilie Peseyie and general secretary Kereingukho Rino stated that the JYO has requested the youth of Jotsoma both residing in the village and those residing outside the village to participate in the programme.

Workshop for water quality status survey

Kohima, April 4 (MExN): A Training cum Orientation Workshop for conduct of Water Quality Status Survey (WSSO) for generation of a State-wide Water Quality Data base will be held on April 6 at 12.00 noon at the Conference Hall of the PHED, Kohima.  All circle S.Es, divisional E.Es, all Water and Sanitation Support Organization (WSSO) (erstwhile CCDU) officials/ consultants, all technical officers in the directorate office from J.E upwards have been requested to compulsorily attend the programme and in case, if any divisional E.Es cannot attend the workshop, they may depute an SDO under him as they are to act as the coordinator for the survey. PHED Chemist, Dimapur is to ensure bringing up the mobile laboratory on the day for demonstration. The chief engineer PHED, Mhondamo Ovung, the director WSSO, PHED, Kevisekho Kruse, the S.E. Kohima Circle – II, Repang will be the resource persons. The workshop will be chaired by the additional chief engineer, K.G. Sumi and the vote of thanks will be proposed by the S.E, (M& I) J. Walter. This was stated in a release issued by Agwaseng Kent, programme coordinator, executive engineer, WSSO, office of the chief engineer, PHED, Nagaland, Kohima.