Two Naga students’ bodies said they would support students from remote places of Nagaland who want to venture out of the state and get ‘settled’ in Allahabad and Pune.
Naga Students’ Union Allahabad (NSUA) and Naga Students’ Union Pune (NSUP) on Wednesday said they would handhold the students from remote areas of Nagaland who want to go out of Nagaland for pursuing higher studies and get ‘settled’.
While NSUA will support Naga students in venturing out to Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh, NSUP will extend support to students who want to study at Pune in Maharashtra.
At a time when most of the students from remotest areas in the Northeast get lost while searching for better educational institutes and proper accommodation facilities outside the region, the initiative of these Naga students’ bodies have definitely encouraged students from Nagaland.
The Naga students’ unions notified that the students of Nagaland will be provided with suitable accommodation details and admission guidance for different colleges in the two states.
Nagaland students wishing to pursue their higher studies in Allahabad may contact the following officials of NSUA- president Heloto K Awomi (9383148199), vice president Ponen Pongener (8731046904) or general secretary Avika Zhimomi (8795241388).
The students may also contact NSUA via email [email protected].
Students from Nagaland, who wish to pursue their higher studies in Pune, may contact the following officials of NSUP – admission convenor Verahu Nienu (9545331958), Ongarhoni Ovung (9763851753), Kevisekho U Kuotsu (7640826762), Changpam Kapai (9112414074), Vengotolu Nyekha (8131896907).
Job seekers of Nagaland, who wish to pursue a career in Allahabad and Pune, may also contact NSUA and NSUP, respectively, to get details of accommodation and other facilities of the two states.