All Nagaland College Students’ Union

Kohima: The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) is set to host its 20th biennial general conference from October 22-23 at Kohima Science College (Autonomous) at Jotsoma under the theme “Heralding Tomorrow”.

Announcing this at a presser on Saturday, ANCSU president Vimeyiekho Vitso said around 300 students from 40 colleges are expected to camp for the two-day event, the preparations for which have already begun.

Of the four sessions to be held, Nagaland College Principals Association (NCPA) will grace the introductory session on October 22.

Minister of Higher Education & Tribal Affairs Temjen Imna Along will grace the inaugural session as the main speaker on October 23, followed by Johnny Ruangmei, Joint CEO of State Disaster Management Authourity, as the academic guest and Y Kikheto Sema, Agriculture Production Commissioner, as the valedictory guest.

“As ANCSU is confined to the college community, we believe that the age and time during college life is one of the most crucial periods of life. We believe that ANCSU is entrusted with the responsibility to nurture the youth to be assets of the society. So we hope that students will benefit through the activities we undertake,” said Vitso.

He also informed that all proceedings of the conference will be conducted in compliance with the standard operating procedures (SOPs) directed by the state government. The conference will conclude with the election of a new team of office bearers.

Vitso said the ANCSU election commission comprises 3 senior leaders led by Medo Chirhah as the commissioner. While the election code of conduct is yet to be notified, he said the election will be conducted on the second day of the conference.

Out of the 40 colleges that will be attending, 38 full-fledged colleges will have two voting rights each to cast votes. While two of the associate colleges will be allowed to participate in its activities, they will not be eligible to participate in the election process. 

The 40 colleges does not include colleges that fall under the Eastern Nagaland College Students’ Union (ENCSU), which functions as a separate college student body for the eastern Nagaland areas, he said.

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