The two-day Dimasa Sahitya Sabha concluded at Haflong on Saturday.
This was the ninth biennial conference of the Dimasa literary body.
The meet was attended by delegates from several regions including Cachar, Karbi Anglong, Nagaon and even Nagaland took part in the convention.
The open session was held on Saturday, the second and the concluding day of the biennial conference.
The open session was attended by Haflong legislator Bir Bhadra Hagjer, former MLA Samarjit Haflongbar, president of Jadikhe Naisho Hoshom, Kalyan Daulagupu, Dinendra Thousen, Kumud Kemprai, eminent writer Biswawjyoti Barman, Anil Daulagupu, among others.
The new central committee of the Dimasa Sahitya Sabha was also formed at the concluding session.
Dinendra Thousen of Haflong ahs been nominated as the president of the central committee of the literary body for a period of three years.
Ringpendra Nunisa has been elected as the general secretary of the central committee of the Dimasa Sahitya Sabha.
The four vice-presidents of the four zones are Amal Kanti Barma for Cachar district, najen Nunisa for karbi Anglong, Debojit Nabensa for Nagaland and Jatiram Barman for nagaon zone.
The total strength of the central committee is 14 members.
While Janma joy Longmailai has been nominated as the assistant general secretary, Kumud Kemprai has been nominated as the treasurer.
On the other hand, the four organizational secretaries are Sunil Barman for Cachar district, Maiprang Phonglo for Karbi Anglong, Nijmoni Boro for Nagaon and Ajoy Kemprai for Nagaland.
On the other hand, noted writer Biswajyoti Barman has been nominated as the Advisor of the central committee of the Dimasa literary body.