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    Recruitment – Come, be a part of The Reliance Family

    India’s largest private sector enterprise, Reliance Industries Limited, is seeking bright young minds for an exciting career as Security Executives in the officer cadre. Selected candidate will join Reliance Global Corporate Security (GCS) – an Organization of highly skilled and talented professionals, drawn from India’s national security agencies to predict, pre-empt and mitigate  risks across the enterprice. Registration will remain open between 03 December and 25 December, 2018 To apply: Visit https://rgsscareers.ril.com/Mainsm.aspx or scan the given OR code. (Only online application will be accepted)

  • Colleges,  News,  Readers Post,  Schools

    NSF Presidential Council Resolution on Naga Club

    The august house in its emergency Presidential council meeting held at the NSF Conference Hall, Naga Club Building, Kohima on the 16th November, 2018 acknowledged the pioneers and elders who had selflessly contributed to the cause of the Nagas through various forums and in particular the Naga Club and also thoroughly deliberated on the newly formed Naga Club. The house also expressed its deepest appreciation and gratitude to all the schools, colleges and educational institutions, including the various Naga peoples organizations, non-Naga communities and all who participated in the recently concluded 100th Year Commemoration of the Naga Club held on the 31st of October 2018, under the theme; “Celebrating the…

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    Kasunga Victoria Kuba emerges winner of Nagaland Spelling Bee Champion 2018

    Kasunga Victoria Kuba emerged the winner of 7th Nagaland Spelling Bee Championship 2018 after she correctly spelled two consecutive words ‘Kaleidoscope’ and ‘Sine Qua Non’ in the final round. Kasunga, a student of Class IX from Model Higher secondary School Kohima pocketed a cash prize of Rs. 60,000. Vijayanad V. Thomas from St. Mary’s Cathedral Higher Secondary School Kohima bagged 2nd position and awarded with a cash prize of Rs. 40,000. His winning word was “Valetudinarian.” Kethono Thorie of Trinity School Kohima landed third position with her winning word “Reincarnate” and received Rs. 20,000. Dzüvino Keyho from Great Commission Higher Secondary School Dimapur bagged fourth position and got a cash…

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    Student from Tetso College wins inter-college debate competition

    Rising above twenty competitors representing various colleges from across the state, Khyochamo Yanthan of Tetso College won the 13th inter-collegiate debate competition on, ‘Smartphones are making us smarter’, at Sazolie College in Kohima. The speakers for the motion defended that smartphones have made life easier and more convenient. From payment of bills to online shopping and accessing healthcare services, everything seems to be in our fingertips, they opined. They stated that much information could be obtained from the internet through smartphones that people at present do not even need formal trainings to develop their skills. Smart phones have also brought together and connected people from different cultures. It has transformed…