NSF lauds six from ‘Naga homeland’ for clearing UPSC exam

Kohima, April 17 (MExN): The Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) today extended felicitations to the six outstanding individuals from ‘Naga homeland’ who have cleared the Union Public Service Commission’s (UPSC) Civil Services Examination (CSE), 2023.

It commended Tolino Chishi for securing an all India rank of 431, Alemyim Isaac Solo for her remarkable achievement with an all India rank 749, Imsurenla Longkumer for her commendable position at an all India rank of 774, M Molightson Kanshouwa for his exemplary commitment, securing an all India rank 870, Chubalemba B Chang accomplishment with an all India rank of 915 and S Christopher Aimol for his dedication, earning an all India rank of 921.

“Their perseverance, dedication, and intellectual prowess have not only made them role models for the Naga youths but have also brought immense pride to the Nagas,” the Federation stated.

The NSF maintained that the journey to clearing the UPSC Civil Service Examination “is grueling and demands rigorous preparation, unwavering determination, and a deep understanding of diverse subjects.”

These candidates have demonstrated exceptional commitment and resilience throughout this process, proving that with dedication and hard work, any goal can be achieved, it stated adding “This remarkable achievement is a testament to the quality of education and the spirit of excellence that thrives within the Naga youths.”

The NSF believed that those individuals will serve as valuable assets to the nation, contributing positively to governance, policy-making, and public service.

“As they embark on this new journey of serving the nation, we wish them continued success, fulfillment, and impactful contributions in their respective roles,” NSF added.