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OKM adopts ‘Mission vision 2045’

By EMN Updated: Jan 20, 2024 9:05 pm
Ongpangkong Students’ Conference (OKM)
Imkongmar addressing the closing programme of 39th OKM general conference in Kubza village on January 19.

MOKOKCHUNG — The Ongpangkong Students’ Conference (OKM) has adopted an ambitious resolution called “OKM Mission Vision 2045,” a 20-year initiative to support brilliant students from economically weaker sections of society.

The resolution to this effect was adopted at the culmination of its 39th general conference held in Kupza village under Mokokchung district on January 19 evening. As per the resolution, the project implementation would begin in 2025.

To activate the initiative, every student from Ongpangkong, who has attained the age of 18 years should contribute a one-day-wage sum towards the “seed money” for the stated initiative.

To preserve Ao identity and language and in support of Ao Senden and Ao Riju, OKM would endeavour towards recognising the Ao language under the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution. In this direction, the conference resolved to continue pursuing the ongoing OKM mother language preservation programme.

The advisor of Minority Affairs and Sericulture, Imkongmar, was the special guest of the OKM general conference concluding session on January 19.

The advisor, in his address, dismissed the notion that Aos are shrinking in various aspects and living in past legacy. On the contrary, he called upon the people to ponder upon and work out strategies to benefit the people.

Urging the students to think critically and work towards the betterment of society, Imkongmar advocated unity.

“There is blessing in collective aspiration, therefore, focus on the benefit of the society,” he urged the gathering.

Meanwhile, a new team of Ongpangkong Students’ Conference was announced led by Tongpangmangyang from Chungtia as president, Chubawati M Longkumer from Longkhum as vice president, Sungkumjang from Aliba as general secretary, Sensomeren Jamir from Kinunger as assistant general secretary, Lanuwati from Khensa as finance secretary, Moanungsang Jamir from Settsu as cultural secretary, Takotiba from Longmisa as education secretary, and Salonger Jamir from Mokokchung village as information secretary.

It has also elected an executive members led by Lanuakum from Kubza as chairman along with Imnawapang Longkumer from Mokokchung village, Sangtilong Kichu from Khensa, Nokshimetem Jamir from Longmisa, Moasunep Pongen from Longsa, Limasanen Longkumer from Soyim, Imodangba Imchen from Mangmetong, Kilangzulu from Chuchuyimpang and Akangtemsu from Longkhum as members.

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By EMN Updated: Jan 20, 2024 9:05:57 pm
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