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ASU biennial conference concludes

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By Our Correspondent Updated: Apr 10, 2017 12:39 am
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Er Krosü Rhetso, chief engineer of Roads & Bridges, speaking at the valedictory session.
Er Krosü Rhetso, chief engineer of Roads & Bridges, speaking at the valedictory session.

Jotsoma, April 9 (EMN): Visako Rino from Medziphema town representing Chakhroma Students’ Union (CSU) has been elected as the new president of the Angami Students’ Union (ASU) as the 27th biennial general conference of the ASU came to a close this evening.

The new ASU president, who will succeed Dievi Yano, will hold the chair till his tenure completes in 2019. Visako Rino served as the general secretary in the previous tenure. He will be assisted by Petekhrietuo Kiewhuo from NASU as vice president, Vizokho Zashümo from SASU as general secretary and Kekhrievituo Dahou (WASU) as speaker of the union assembly, among others. The new ASU team comprises of 17 members.

The declaration of the new ASU team for the tenure 2017-2019 was formally done during the valedictory session held this evening by the election commission headed by Puthuto Natso.

Unfortunately, the host unit were compelled to shift the conference venue from Centenary Compound to Jotsoma Baptist Church as the roof of the conference hall was destroyed by thunder storm which occurred late Saturday night.

Following the destruction, both the devotional service and valedictory session were conducted smoothly at Jotsoma Baptist Church.

The new ASU team for the tenure 2017-2019 after been sworn-in during the valedictory session of 27th ASU biennial general conference at Jotsoma village on April 9.
The new ASU team for the tenure 2017-2019 after been sworn-in during the valedictory session of 27th ASU biennial general conference at Jotsoma village on April 9.

Speaking at the valedictory session on the topic “Affirmative decision – Realistic response,” Er. Krosü Rhetso, chief engineer of Roads & Bridges, encouraged the students to work hard with sincerity and dedication.

“Sincerity is the key to success. Indeed, it is the backbone of realistic response,” Er. Rhetso said.

Citing examples that students will experience different things in their academic career, he advised them to hold their decision firm, so as to overcome the difficulties that come across them.

The valedictory session, chaired by ASU vice president Zekusetuo Natso, commenced with invocation pronounced by Rokosieto Nakhro, assistant pastor Jostoma Baptist Church. A special number was presented by Zhavinuo Pielie and the vote of thanks was tendered by Abei Thepa, member organising committee.

Earlier on the day, Rev. Dr. Sanyü Iralu, Principal of Shalom Bible Seminary, Sechüma, spoke at the devotional service on the topic “The call for integrity – Realistic response.”

The three-day 27th ASU biennial general conference, which commenced on April 7 on the theme “Realistic response” was hosted by Jotsoma Students’ Union.

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By Our Correspondent Updated: Apr 10, 2017 12:39:25 am