Naga students in Bangalore showcase value of living together in unity

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Naga Students’ Union Bangalore (NSUB) celebrated its Fresher’s Day to settle and engage new members on their arrival and in order to give them a sense of belonging, to avoid social evils, to encourage their creative impulse and to boost their confidence. Most of all get to know the importance of living together in unity with diversity.


The event was held on September 15, 2018 at United Theological College Bangalore and saw participation from all the sub-unit student bodies and members. It turned out to be a colorful event that showcased the rich culture and tradition of the Nagas.


Chief Guest of the event, Dr. Samuel Paul Issac, Director Krupanidhi Group of Institution, delivered a powerful speech about the importance of Godliness in everyone’s life. He advised the youths to remember God in all the ways, because God has a mission and purpose implanted before we were even born.


He further stated that “a man without vision perishes”, inculcating the youths to have a dreams and vision in every perspectives, never to give up, but to keep chasing the goal. The congregation was entranced with the inspiring words from the Chief Guest.


Earlier, the program started with a Bible scripture and a prayer asking God’s blessing led by Ms. Meyiengonu Tetso followed by a melodious welcome song by students of United Theological College. Mr. Nuthipru Nienu, President NSUB, welcomed the gathering to celebrate with the spirits of unity in diversity. He also acknowledged the VIPs’, special invites, sponsors, sub-units president, pastors and leaders.


A special prayer for the Freshers was led by Rev. Zhabu Yimsung, Pastor, NCF Bangalore.



In the second session, there were a plethora of cultural activities which included folk dance, traditional attire shows and exhibition of talents from individuals and groups alike. It was filled with colours of traditional attire that constituted uniqueness from different states and its ethnicity.


Mr. Boska P Awomi from Sumi tribe and Ms. Nendi Seb from Rengma tribe were crowned the Title Mr. and Ms. Freshers, 2018, respectively. The event was concluded by a vote of thanks from Ms. Tabitha Nekhini, Assistant Cultural Secretary, NSUB. The closing prayer was pronounced by Mr. Rt. Rohin.



The program ended with a general body meeting.


The 49th Freshers’ Meet, 2018 had several sponsors. They included Smoky tribe restaurant, Crossroad Cafe, Somilan steak house, Brand Neurons Pvt. Ltd., Rengma Union Bangalore, Lotha Students’ Union Bangalore, Maring Marnorap Bangalore, Angami Students’ Union Bangalore.



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