ASUS year long golden jubilee celebration culminates


Kohima, May 25: Angami Students’ Union Shillong (ASUS) today held its year long golden jubilee celebration culmination cum release of jubilee souvenir at Capital Convention Centre here.
Convener souvenir committee ASUS golden jubilee Khriesaneisa Rutsa and first president of ASUS Kevisiezolie Suohu released the 50 years souvenir.
In his address, Suohu acknowledged Shillong for opening doors for the Nagas to acquire knowledge. He expressed hope that the present generation will build and serve the Nagas and urged the students to introspect and to wake up before the “walls falls apart”.
Alumni Thepfulhouvi Solo said it was ethical moral values that made Angami different from other cultures and urged to keep it alive.
Convenor organizing committee Lhouvirielie Usou in his jubilee greetings said since its establishment in 1968, ASUS has come a long way to become one of the leading Student’s bodies in Shillong.
With the jubilee theme “Rise and Lead” Üsou said ASUS has always been a trend setter and done things through example.
He said the jubilation offered an opportunity for the ASUS to reflect upon the history of ASUS and the important contributions it has made to the personal, academic development and unity that has brought of over thousands and thousands of students, past and present.
As ASUS celebrates 50 years of success Üsou said ASUS has every reason to be proud of the union’s past and be excited about its future and exuded confidence that ASUS will continue its vocation of preparing students to engage successfully with the world for many years to come.
Üsou mentioned that in the past 50 years, Shillong had produced many intellectuals with brilliance and integrity becoming a remarkable citizen of Naga community and the country as a whole.
Former president Sochülie Solo and former general secretary Thejao Vihienuo also exhorted the gathering.
ASUS president Kevisetuo Khruomo delivered the presidential address while vote of thanks was proposed by ASUS Alumni Forum chairman Dr. Kevizakie Rio. (Page News Service)