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DNSU reconstituted; inducts new team

DNSU reconstituted; inducts new team
Newly inducted members with HPC and others at Hotel Saramati, Dimapur on Tuesday. (NP)
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, Mar 12 (NPN) | Publish Date: 3/12/2019 11:56:13 AM IST

Dimapur Naga Students Union (DNSU), which remained defunct for the last couple of years, has been reconstituted with the induction of a new executive body headed by Sedevilie Angami as president for three years (2019-21). 

The newly constituted executive body was nominated by a High Power Committee (HPC) of Naga Students Federation (NSF) during a meeting held on March 11. 

They were inducted at a general session held at Hotel Saramati on Tuesday. 

The programme was attended by Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) administrator Moa Sangtam, NSF president, Naga Council Dimapur (NCD) and leaders from various Dimapur based civil organizations. 

In his speech, DC Dimapur, Kevekha Kevin Zehol appreciated the efforts of HPC for reviewing DNSU and encouraged the newly inducted members to work for the welfare of the people.   

Asserting that student’s life was critical, he encouraged them to set their vision and make a meaningful contribution to the society instead of chasing unrealisable dreams. 

He also urged the students to desist themselves from bandh culture, reminding them there are better ways of demonstrating our rights and grievances rather than imposing bandh. 

“It is time to come out of the old system of attitude” instead of wasting time, he added.  The DC also described Dimapur as “mini Naga” comprising of people from all communities, and encouraged the DNSU to be the voice of the young people and work with maturity. 

He also challenged the new team to extend their support towards the upcoming Lok Sabha elections by standing firm for a clean election.  

Meanwhile, NCD president Bangerloba Longkumer encouraged the newly inducted members to start working for the benefit of the students. 

A brief report of HPC was delivered by member secretary V Phushika Aomi. Acceptance speech was delivered by the newly elected president

The programme chaired by HPC member, K. Mhachio Lotha, began with an invocation by Dimapur Sumi Baptist Church pastor Juliet Shikhu and welcome address by member HPC Sakho Angami. 

Special number was presented by Eastern Bible College, Dimapur and word of appreciation by NSF president Kesosul Christopher Ltu.

The programme highlighted introduction and oath taking of new executive members of DNSU administered by HPC convenor K Temjen Jamir. DNSU constitution was also handed over to the 12 constituent units under DNSU. 

Later, vote of thanks was delivered by NSF HPC, member Akherio Lazio and dedicatory and benediction by Town Baptist Church, Dimapur pastor Rev. Vilodi Sakhrie.

The newly nominated office bearers are: president, Sedevilie Angami; vice president, Sentimeren Pongener; general secretary, B. Mhajan Tsopoe; assistant general secretary, Mteisuiding; secretary finance, Sedelo T. Vadeo; secretary social and cultural, Akuto Yeptho, secretary women affairs, Kevibeinuo Keditsu; secretary games and sports, Khamjailung Kamson, secretary educational and statistic, Tenyebilo Himb; secretary debate and symposium, Chuthuzhuni Chache and speaker U/A, Nupato K Chishi.


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