Parliamentary secy urges students to figure out loopholes behind less enrolment in GHS

Kohima, January 10, (MExN): Englan Range Students’ Union (ERSU), observed its 23rd general conference at New Changsu at its conference hall on January 7,  under the theme “Building a sustainable society”, with parliamentary secretary, geology & mining, irrigation & flood control, border affairs, Y.Patton as the chief guest and advocate, Dimapur Bar Association, Y. Chothungo Tungoe as the theme speaker.
Addressing the gathering, Patton lamented over the poor enrolment at Government high school and urged upon the students to figure out the loopholes behind the less enrolment.
Reminding the needs of the students to be more sincere in their studies, he appealed the students to be frugal in the course of their studies, to work on with patience and become an asset to the society.
Patton also challenged the students as to how many can compete for the job/vacancies, resulted in retirement act, and as an indication of encouragement, he promised an award for UPSC successful candidates, NCS  and topper in matriculation.
The chief guest also contributed financial assistance to ERSU, individual, programme participants, shawls to the GBs and to various groups.
The 23rd year celebration was marked by songs, obituary, greeting from president, Kyong Students’ Union, Yiben Humtsoe, Jenithung, president, LMRSU, Yisao Tungoe, Chairman, New Changsu.