Wednesday, November 30, 2022

KLSU organises annual session

Kohima Lotha Students Union (KLSU) organised its 47th freshers’ day & annual session on Monday, at Molu Ki, Kohima on the theme “endeavouring excellence”, with chief engineer, Police Engineering Project, Er. Yanbemo Lotha as special guest and department of History & Archaeology, Nagaland University Kohima Campus, Merima, Prof. Y Ben Lotha as theme speaker.
In a press release, KLSU media cell stated that in his address, the special guest exhorted the students that sincerity, hard work and choices would ultimately be the stepping stones to success.
Pointing out that government jobs were limited, he urged upon the students to venture into new avenues by exploring opportunities available to them.
Er. Yanbemo also highlighted the art of time and encouraged the students to give their best efforts in learning new lessons every day.
Sharing that wisdom first came from God, he advised the students to remember God and put their first priority as God.
Speaking on the theme “endeavouring excellence”, the theme speaker stated that one has to endure hardships in order to achieve something.
Prof. Y Ben Lotha highlighted the performances of students before and after mobile phones and lamented on the misuse of the same, which he said, had affected their academic lives at large.
Pointing out that the nurturing and fostering of students by parents greatly determined their performances, he suggested that parents play more vital roles towards the academic performances of their children.
He also acknowledged the females on their achievements in education and cited them as second to none.
Delivering the welcome address, KLSU president Lirhonthung E Kithan urged upon the freshers to be examples of change in the society, by following the good actions of their elders.
Short speeches were also delivered by Kohima Lotha Hoho (KLH), Kohima Lotha Eloe Ekhung (KLEH), Lotha Students Union (LSU), NSF deputy speaker and Kohima Lotha Youth Organisation (KLYO).
Earlier, the programme was chaired by Thungchibeni T Erui, special prayer for students was offered by catechist, Lotha Catholic Khumshum Kohima, Y Abel Lotha, special song was presented by Orenboni Odyuo and dance by Rhonbeni Kikon.
Later, invocation was offered by ABCK associate pastor Mhabemo Ngullie and vote of thanks was proposed by KLSU general secretary Zachamo Ngullie.

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