Friday, June 2, 2023

NLSA to hold seminar on issues confronting Nagaland

Staff Reporter

Nagaland Law Students’ Federation (NLSA) has informed that a seminar on “issues confronting the state of Nagaland” will be held on July 28 and 29, 10 am, at Hotel Saramati, Dimapur. Announcing this at press conference, here, Wednesday, NLSA president Tohuka Achumi pointed out that it was time for everyone to educate themselves and in this regard, the association planned to conduct the seminar to understand roles, needs, obstacles and reality faced by the society.
He informed that students from Nagaland University have been invited to attend the two-day programme and if required, the association would adopt resolutions after consent from the students.
At the two-day seminar, NLSA informed that former governor and chief minister, Dr. S.C Jamir will deliver a talk on “role of apex student bodies, then and now” and topic on “legal status, powers and functions of civil society organisation” by Kohima Law college, assistant professor, NVCO president Kezhokhoto Savi.
In the second session, topic on “role of pressure groups in a modern democratic society” will be delivered by assistant professor department of anthropology, Nagaland University, Lumami, Dr. Tiasunep Amri, “obstacles facing the Naga entrepreneurs” by social entrepreneur Colo Mero and “realities facing the pressure groups in Nagaland” by Combined Technical Association of Nagaland (CTAN) convenor Er. Meshenlo Kath.
On the second day, topic on “role that civil society organisation have played in the Naga peace process” will be delivered by Senior Citizens Association spokesperson, IAS (rtd), KK Sema, “difficulties facing educated Nagas” by intending candidate 43 AC, Tapi Geihwang Konyak and “need of independent and impartial Nagaland students body” by Concerned People of Nagaland convenor, Kahuto Chishi Sumi.


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