KSO Delhi celebrates 26th Freshers’ Meet cum Social Function

New Delhi, September 10, 2013
The Kuki Students' Organisation, Delhi celebrated its 26th Freshers' Meet cum Social Funtion at Jesus and Mary College Auditorium, New Delhi on the 7th September 2013. The function was graced by Shri Oscar Fernandes Hon'ble Union Minister as the Chief Guest. Shri Harsh Vardhan Shyam of the Indian Youth Congress in-charge of Delhi was the Guest of Honour and the occasion was hosted by its Functional President Shri Mangneo Lhungdim, former president of KSO Delhi and current Deputy Director of Indo-Global Social Service Society, New Delhi.
The function was blessed by Pastor Thongngam Haokip of Kuki Worship Service Gurgaon and it opened with the rendering of the song "Damsot hen KSO (Long Live KSO)" by a popular singer, Mrs Lamkholhing Haokip and Miss Kimrose Vaiphei.
The President of KSO Delhi Mr. Thangminlen Kipgen addressed the function and highlighted the examples set by the honourable guests of the function as those worth emulating. He urged the freshers and other students to tread on the examples of humility in greatness, significance of student involvement in social services and the necessity of continual learning as those exemplified by the honourable guests.
The occasion was highlighted with songs and dances by various Kuki artists and cultural troupes which was greatly appreciated by the swanky crowd over thousand heads which filled the auditorium to its brim. The function also witnessed a traditional showcase choreographed by Miss Lina Chongloi, who currently holds two coveted beauty pageant title – Miss Bharat 2013 and 4th Miss India North East 2013 – which showcased various traditional attires adorned by the fraternal tribes of Paite, Gangte, Vaiphei, Kom, Zou, Simte, Mizo, and Hmar to mention a few. The freshers were blessed with prayer by Kuki Worship Service Delhi pastor Letlal Haokip.
The Education Dept of KSO Delhi gave out meritorious awards to 14 deserving students who had shown excellence in the past academic year of 2012. The recipients were Miss Lhinghoineng Kipgen, BSc (Mathematics) Daulat Ram College; Mr L. Lhunminlal Khongsai, BA (prog) Ambedkar College; Miss Chiinneivah Haokip, BSc (Statistics) KMC; Miss Lucy Chinkhoneng, BSc (Chemistry) Miranda House; Mr Andrew Laldonglen Haokip, XII (Arts) Greenfield School; Mr Thangtinlen T. Haokip, BA (prog) Motilal Nehru College; Miss Lhingneihoi Haokip, XII (Humanity Arts) Holy Child Auxilium School; Miss Neiboi Haokip, Class X, Holy Child Auxilium School; Mr Hengouthang Singsit, XII (Sc) Tagore International School; Miss Sharon Khongsai, XII (Sc) Kendriya Vidyalaya; Mr Olav Khongsai, Cl-X, Kendriya Vidyalaya; Mr Thongthomlal Sitlhou, BCom, Khalsa College; Mrs Ngaineilam Haokip, Doctorate Degree, JNU; and Miss Kimrose Vaiphei, BA (French), JNU.

In continuing with its tradition of honouring a person with Pu (L) Paojasei Singsit Award (The first president of KSOD), the members of the Trustee Board presented the award posthumously to Late Lamkhohen Misao whose exemplarily rendered immense services to the Kukis in general and the KSO in particular was also highlighted. In recognising the services of nobility towards the Kuki society as well as the North East community in Delhi, the KSO Delhi honoured Mr. Bruce K. Thangkhal, Media Incharge of North East Helpline with a certificate of appreciation by the president Mr. Thangminlen Kipgen.
The chief guest praises the North East students as hardworking and studious. He was warmly accorded with a traditional shawl by KSO Delhi.
More than 100 freshers attended. KSOD Munirka Area presented a beautiful cultural choreography called "Ka Nam Jem (The Colours of Kuki)" while the DU Area presented another choreography "Japan Lenna Huikuong (The Japanese Plane)".
Mr Mimin Stephen Mate, a first year student of BA (History) honours from Motilal Nehru College and Miss Pinky Haolai, a first year student of BA (Phil) honours from Miranda House were adjudged the coveted Mr and Miss Fresher 2013 respectively.
The daylong programme was compered by Mr Rain Haominlal Haokip and Miss Jubilee Haokip while Mr Thangminlun Hangshing and Miss Nengneithem Kipgen were assigned as the coordinators.
The celebration was enthralled by young Kuki singers like Mr David Mate, Miss Cynthia, Mr Goulal Mate, Mr Adrew Haokip, Miss Lyna Misao, Miss Cecilia Haokip, Miss Kimrose Vaiphej, Mr Samuel Bailong, Mr Silas, Miss Kimneo, Mr Haotinlen Baite, Mr Paolen Lhungdim, Mr Kamminsat Haokip, Mr Seigoulien, Miss Bebem Khongsai, Mr Henry and Miss Alice.
Words of appreciation and encouragement from Mr Seitinmang Haokip on behalf of Senior students, Mr M. Shongkhopao Haokip on behalf of freshers. Mr Khupthang Khongsai, vice chairman, Kuki Welfare Association, Delhi and NCR, also encouraged the students. After a vote of thanks from the general secretary of KSO Delhi Mr. Satminlun Khongsai, the function concluded with a prayer by evangelist Thanga Singson.


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