ANCSU

  • Nagaland govt constitutes enquiry committee, ANCSU calls off protest
    Kohima, October 17 (MExN): The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) on Saturday called off its ‘digital protest’ after the Government of Nagaland formed a three-member enquiry committee to probe the fund utilisation at Khelhoshe Polytechnic, Atoizu (KPA), as demanded by the student body. The committee will be headed by Kenilo Apon, Commissioner and Secretary for Water Resources department as chairperson; Peter Lichamo, Deputy Commissioner of Zunheboto and L
  • ANCSU digital protest continues
    Claims over 1 million e-mails sent to govt officials DIMAPUR, OCTOBER 16 (MExN): The All Nagaland College Students’ Association (ANCSU) today claimed that it sent over 1 million emails to top government functionaries on the third day of its digital protest demanding the setting up of an enquiry commission to probe into the fund utilization at Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu, Zunheboto. A press release from the ANCSU General Secretary, Imnameren N Jamir and Information & Pu
  • ANCSU digital protest: 2 lakh emails sent on 2nd day
    DIMAPUR, OCTOBER 15 (MExN): The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) continued its digital protest on October 15 demanding the set up of an enquiry commission to probe into fund utilization at the Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu.  A press release from the ANCSU informed that more than 2 lakh emails were sent to respective email accounts of top State Governments officials and bureaucrats. However, "with no sign of leanings to our genuine demand," the ANCSU s
  • ANCSU suspends ‘Digital Protest’ till October 14
    Kohima, October 13 (MExN): The All Nagaland College Students' Union (ANCSU) has temporarily suspended its ongoing 'Digital Protest' till October 14 as a mark of respect and admiration to Late CM Chang, who passed away on October 12.  “As a mark of respect and admiration and also due to the declaration of state mourning declared by the State government for our tall leader, the union has decided to halt the ongoing digital protest till tomorrow i.e. October 14,&
  • Nagaland: ANCSU suspends ‘Digital Protest’ till October 14 
    The protest has been suspended as a mark of respect to Late CM Chang who passed away on October 12, ANCSU informs Kohima, October 13 (MExN): The All Nagaland College Students' Union (ANCSU) has temporarily suspended its ongoing 'Digital Protest' till October 14 as a mark of respect and admiration to Late CM Chang, who passed away on October 12.  “As a mark of respect and admiration and also due to the declaration of State mourning declared by the State gove
  • ‘You've Got Mail’: Over 50,000 emails target officials as protest goes online in Nagaland
    ANCSU targets 2 lakh messages on second day and 1 million thereafter  Morung Express News Kohima | October 12 The All Nagaland College Students' Union (ANCSU) began its indefinite ‘digital protest’ on Monday, October 12. The digital protest comes in the backdrop of the State Government's failure to meet the Union's demand to set up an Enquiry Commission to probe into the fund utilization of Rs 3,71,60,000 for the Khelhoshe Polytechnic, Atoizu (KPA).
  • ANCSU kicks off digital protest
    Morung Express News Dimapur | October 11 The ‘indefinite digital protest’ against the State government called by the All Nagaland College Students Union (ANCSU) against the State Government will begin from October 12. The ANCSU on Sunday accused the government of remaining ‘wilfully silent’ on its demand of setting up an Enquiry Commission to probe the utilization of funds amounting to Rs 3,71,60,000 at Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu (KPA), Zunheboto under
  • ANCSU announces indefinite digital protest against govt
    Dimapur, October 6 (MExN): After its demand of setting up an Enquiry Commission to probe the utilisation of funds at Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu (KPA), Zunheboto went ‘unheeded’, the All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) has announced an ‘indefinite digital protest’ against the State government from October 12. While expressing its resentment, the Union also said that it does not wish to sabotage the betterment of the state as it is rebuilding i
  • In a first, ANCSU to observe ‘Digital Protest’ against Nagaland Govt
    Kohima, October 6 (MExN):  In a first, the All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) informed that it would be resorting to ‘Indefinite Digital Protest’ from October 12 over State government alleged inaction on KPA issue.  ANCSU has been demanding the State government to set up an Enquiry Commission to probe into the utilisation of funds at Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu (KPA), Zunheboto.  The Union in its letter to the State Chief Secretary on A
  • ANCSU submits representation to Nagaland University's VC
    Proposes setting up more colleges, facilitation centres Kohima, October 1 (MExN): The All Nagaland College Students Union (ANCSU) on Thursday submitted a representation to the Vice Chancellor (VC) of Nagaland University (NU) seeking implementation of various measures for consideration. The Union highlighted the ‘limited masters' degree seats’ in Nagaland and stressed the need for more colleges offering postgraduate courses in the State. In this regard, ANCSU ap
  • ANGCTA, ANCSU appeal for stable internet service
    DIMAPUR, SEPTEMBER 3 (MExN): The All Nagaland Government College Teachers Association (ANGCTA) and the All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) have asked the competent authorities and service providers to ensure undisrupted internet connectivity and services during the Nagaland University under graduate online examination. The examination is scheduled to be held from September 21 to October 20.  A joint statement from Lily Angami, President, ANGCTA and Vimeyiekho Vi
  • ANCSU seeks Enquiry Commission to probe fund utilization at KPA
    Kohima, August 31 (MExN): The All Nagaland College Students' Union (ANCSU) has written to the Chief Secretary of Nagaland demanding that an Enquiry Commission be set up to look into the utilization of funds allocated to the  Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu (KPA) under the  All India Council for Technical Education- North East Quality Improvement Programme (AICTE-NEQIP) scheme. In the letter addressed to the Chief Secretary, the ANCSU President, Vice President and General
  • Nagaland: Expedite requisition of 110 posts to NPSC, ANCSU tells HTE
    Kohima, August 26 (MExN): The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) has written to the Commissioner & Secretary of the Higher and Technical Education Department with regard to the 110 Assistant Professor posts in the department. In a press release on August 26, the union’s Vice President Inato Y Chisho and General Secretary Imnameren N Jamir pointed out that on February 21, ANCSU had issued a 40-day ultimatum demanding that the 110 sanctioned posts be requisit
  • ANCSU commemorates 41st Foundation Day
    Dimapur, August 2 (MExN):  The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) commemorated its 41st Foundation Day on August 2. It has been a yearly program where students from all colleges come together to celebrate the Foundation Day, but with the prevailing pandemic and the lockdown in the state, ANCSU celebrated its foundation day through virtual connect, ANCSU media cell informed. The virtual programme started with ANCSU President Vimeyiekho Vitso addressing the fra
  • ANCSU dismayed by UGC notice on exams by September end
    DIMAPUR, JULY 20 (MExN): The All Nagaland College Students Union (ANCSU) has expressed dismay at the revised UGC guidelines to conduct End Semester Examinations for all courses throughout India by the end of September 2020. “At a time when the entire world is left helpless of how to save its citizens from this virus, UGC issuing directive to conduct exams is highly disapproved,” a letter from the ANCSU to the Chief Secretary stated. It pointed out that due to poor internet
  • ‘Ensure safe return and stay of students for end semester exams’: appeals ANCSU
    NU to notify exam dates only after government assurance   Dimapur, June 18 (MExN): The Controller of Examination, NU invited the All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) for a joint meeting on June 16 at NU Headquarters in Lumami.  The meeting was in response to ANCSU’s letter to the Vice Chancellor on June 10 appealing for promotion of undergraduate 6th Semester Student (backlog semester exam 2020) without conducting physical or online mode of examin
  • Fake exam routine being circulated on social media: Nagaland University
    The university has not issued any such notification, clarified a statement issued by NU on April 28. (NU Logo/File Photo)   ANCSU flays hoax messages; demands action    Lumami, April 28 (MExN): The Nagaland University (NU) today informed the students and the general public that a “fake Undergraduate 6th Semester Examination Routine 2020 (dated 27.04.2020) is being circulated through social media such WhatsApp.”   The university has not iss
  • ANCSU asks govt to provide transport for stranded students
    DIMAPUR, MARCH 23 (MExN): The All Nagaland College Students Union (ANCSU) today asked the state government to provide special transportation/special lodging to those students coming back home from outside the state as they may be stranded in the railway stations/airports due to unavailability of public transport. This was stated in a letter to the Nagaland Chief Secretary.  In another letter to the Director Higher Education, the union apprised that in many of the colleges, th