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The Naga Students Federation (NSF) will verify the documents of all the candidates of Nagaland, who have been selected to undergo various professional courses through the Nagaland State Entrance Examination (NSEE) 2021 at its office in Kohima.

The verification process will be carried out from October 6-26.

The verification will be conducted by the education committee of the federation.

In a release on Wednesday, the federation urged the candidates to be present at its office along with their recent passport size photograph and original documents that include HSSLC admit card, Schedule Tribe certificate and indigenous certificate for the purpose.

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The candidates must be accompanied by their parents or guardians, it said.

The release said the candidates who are Nagas by blood are only eligible to occupy the seats allotted for the state.

This has been necessitated due to past instances of non-indigenous candidates applying for various courses through the state quota, it added.

The federation said the selected candidates who fail to verify their documents will be considered ineligible to undergo the courses and necessary steps will be initiated against the defaulters.

It also asked the candidates to strictly comply with the Covid-19 SOPs while coming for the verification.

The Naga Students Federation (NSF) said the candidates may contact its education secretary at 8415068696 for any queries.

Bhadra Gogoi

Bhadra Gogoi is Northeast Now Correspondent in Nagaland. He can be reached at: bhadragogoi@yahoo.com