MSU holds 74th general conference
MEZOMA — The Mezoma Students’ Union (MSU) held its 74th general conference on Saturday on the theme ‘Future forward: Innovating student advocacy.’
Addressing the gathering at the village council hall, Vikrolie Angami, joint director of School Education, gave valuable insights and encouraged the students to embrace a clear vision. He also highlighted the importance of discipline, punctuality and unwavering commitment in order to achieve success.
In the second session for students of class 8 and above, Khrielievi Chüsi, former president of Angami Youth Organisation (AYO), emphasised the organisation’s proactive approach to address contemporary challenges through innovative ideas and strategic development initiatives.
Highlighting their research and innovation programmes, Chüsi explained how those endeavours contributed to both the broader field and transformative work within affiliated colleges.
Advocating for an active role in shaping decisions, he underscored the importance of influencing policies and practices within their network and with policymakers to address critical issues.
Chüsi stressed the significance of innovation in advocacy, outlining its role in achieving goals effectively, adapting to changing circumstances, standing out, utilizing resources efficiently, and empowering individuals and communities to take action.
Greetings were shared by Mhiesisekho, president of Western Angami Students’ Union, and Thejalhoukho Khawakhrie, vice president of Angami Students’ Union (Hq).
Ruopfüzeko Lhousa, assistant professor at Fazl Ali College, Mokokchung, shared a journey from being a student in class A to his current professional standing.
The programme was enriched with exhortations by members from village council Mezoma, Mezoma Women Organisation, Mezoma Youth Organisation and the School Management Committee, Mezoma.
Special performances were presented by the Mezo-Basa Students’ Union, students of graduate, Virieno Kuotsu and Zapuvino Kehie.
The proceedings were chaired by Mesatouno Kitshü, MSU women coordinator, and Rokovilhou Casavi, MSU general secretary.
Invocation prayers were said by Rev. Visakuolie Chüsi and Catechist Rüülhoukho Khawakhrie, while Rokokehie Khawakhrie, MSU vice president, and Silievi Kehie, MSU president, delivered the welcome address.
Yavilhouno Sirie, MSU women coordinator, and Vineizhakho Khawakhrie, MSU statistical secretary, delivered the vote of thanks.
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