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New management of All Guwahati Achik Students' Association

The general election of All Guwahati Achik Students' Association (AGASA) has been conducted on May 1, 2012 at Meghalaya House, Guwahati. The election was presided by outgoing President Saljagringrang R.Marak with opening address by the same. In his address to the members gathered, he urged the students to get well prepared by working hard during their stay at Guwahati as students and make themselves selfless citizens of A'chik A'song to build a peaceful and developed place to live in harmony with all the people. The newly elected members comprises of:

1. President- Sengbasal Sangma.
2. Vice-President- Henkyll. R. Marak.
1. General Secretary- Dosim A. Sangma.
2. Assistant General Secretary- Silsrang K. Sangma.
3. Social Service Secretary- Tengkam Ch. Marak.
4. Assistant Social Service Secretary- Lemuel Sangma.
5. Publicity Secretary- Tengsu Marak.
6. Assistant Publicity Secretary- Bilmanchi N. Marak.
7. Property Secretary- Uttan Tamo Ch. Sangma.
8. Assistant Property Secretary- Mridul D. Sangma.
9. Youth & Cultural Affairs- Salme A. Sangma.
10. Assistant Youth & Cultural Affairs- Tumera N. Sangma.
11. Public Relations- Changera M. Sangma.
12. Assistant Public Relations- Anamika D. Sangma.
13. Finance Secretary- Philemon D. Sangma.
14. Treasurer- Gitting Rani Marak.

In the end of election vote of thanks was delivered by outgoing Viace President Peterjob A. Sangma

-- Tengsu Marak
Publicity Secretary, AGASA

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