Nasu biennial conference culminates
Kohima, March 28 (EMN): The 46th biennial general conference 2021 of the Northern Angami Students’ Union (Nasu) held at Botsa village concluded on Sunday.
Commandant of 4th NAP Thizama in Kohima district, Teisovise Metha, while addressing the valedictory service as special guest, urged the members to positively contribute their services for the welfare of the student community.
Stating that the state’s police department has been conducting the recruitment process in a fair and just manner, Metha urged the students to compete in competitive exams of the department if they have an interest in joining the police services. The police officer also advised the students to have confidence and determination in order to compete in the examinations.
Besides, he also encouraged the students to support one another in their pursuit towards finding a career in life.
Results of the debate and extempore competitions, which were held on Saturday, were also declared on Sunday.
Vizosienuo Shüya from Meriema, Aluonuo from Chüzuama, and Aphrenuo Miario from Phekerkriema secured the first, second and third positions respectively in the debate competitions, Meteitoulie Talie from Rüsoma, Kekhriengunuo Vipfe from Meriema and Kevizekuo Kevin Phewhuo from Kohima village secured the first, second and third position respectively in the extempore competition.
The Suolahie volleyball memorial trophy was conducted on Saturday and Sunday. In the men’s volleyball category, Meriema Village Students’ Union emerged as winners followed by Nerhema Village Students’ Union as runner up. In the women’s volleyball, Seiyhama Village Students’ Union emerged as winners followed by Zhadima Students Union as runners-up.