Nagaland: Lotha Students’ Union conference concludes
Wokha, Jan. 13 (EMN): The 52nd general conference of the Lotha Students’ Union (LSU) culminated on Friday at Liphanyan ground in Wokha district with Mmhonlumo Kikon, advisor of IT, Science and Technology, New and Renewable Energy, as the special guest of the valedictory function.
Speaking on the occasion, Kikon has described creation of Nagaland Staff Selection Board (NSSB) as a “historical legacy in Nagaland” and challenged the students to crack competitive exams through hard work. While reminding that it was easy to get government job back in 1964, he however stated that it has become different in this present generation. He stated that NSSB would promote meritocracy.
He further elaborated on the schemes introduced by the Prime Minister including the Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM) aimed at providing tap water connection to every household and road connectivity works in Nagaland.
In the morning session, a cultural programme was held with Orenthung Lotha, additional secretary of Industries and Commerce, the special guest.
The evening extravaganza programme was attended by Vungthungo V Lotha, senior principal of GHSS Wokha and former general secretary of LSU, as the special guest.