CBCNEI Conference Centre

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History of CBCNEI

Historical Background of the CBCNEI The first American Baptist missionaries reached North East India in 1836. Nathan Brown and 0.T.…

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Baptist News

NECU Permanent Campus Dedicated

The North East Christian University (NECU) held a Dedication Ceremony of its Permanent Campus on Friday, March 10, 2017 at Medziphema Village which was attended by CBCNEI President, Governing Council Members, CBCNEI officials, Conventions Secretaries (ABC and KABC General Secretaries could not attend due to other  engagements and ABCC General Secretary couldn’t attend due to bandh), Executive Secretaries, Church Leaders, Government Officials and Medziphema Village Council Members. The programme was graced by Shri. Deo Nukhu, Parliamentary Secretary, Higher & Technical Education Government of Nagaland as Honoured Guest.

The programme started at 10:00 am, it was chaired by the Rev. Dr. Anjo Keikung,  Honorary Chancellor/Chief Executive Director of NECU. President of CBCNEI Shri. K. C. Momin dedicated the Campus with a prayer and officially unveiled the Monolith. After the unveiling of the monolith, opening prayer was pronounced by the Rev. Dr. Atsi Dolie, Executive Director, Angami Baptist Churches Council. After which the Rev. Dr. Solomon Rongpi, General Secretary CBCNEI, warmly welcomed each and every individual to the programme and introduce all the distinguish guests.

Rev. Dr. A. K. Lama, Pro Chancellor, NECU shared the vision of NECU and how it was first initiated. Then it was followed by short speeches from Mr.  Neikhonyu Kuotsu, Chairman Medziphema Village Council and General Secretaries from NBCC, MBC & GBC.  Melodious harmony as sung by Medziphema Village Baptist Church. Shri. Alemtemshi, IAS retired Chief Secretary of Nagaland shared the perspective on how to develop NECU Campus. After which Rev. Taku Longkumer took his turn to read out the message sent from Friends of NECU (USA).

Shri. Deo Nukhu, Honoured Guest while delivering his speech said that he was so blessed to be in the midst of Christian leaders. He went on to say that the state general election is just around the corner but let’s hope and pray that whoever comes to power will be man or woman of Christian principles.

Mr. Huzo Meru gave a note of appreciation and the programme ended with mass prayer and benediction as pronounced by the Rev. Kuzierang thou, State Chaplin, Nagaland. It was followed by good lunch ushered by the Medziphema Ao Baptist Church. The programme was also attended by SDO (Civil), SDPO, M.O. Medziphema, and the event was managed by Event Management group from Dimapur Fingerprint.

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