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Decks Cleared for Nagaland Medical College

Decks Cleared for Nagaland Medical College
July 06
12:08 2017

Nagaland Government has given the green signal to construction of Nagaland Medical College at Phriebagie Kohima and admission to the Medical College to begin as soon as constructions are completed.

Interacting with the Project Governing Committee of the Nagaland Medical College at Chief Minister’s Secretariat Office on Wednesday, the Chief Minister Dr. Shrhozelie Liezietsu has given his approval for the construction to begin.

During the power point presentation of the Master Plan of the college, the Chief Minister said that it is like a dream of every Naga come true and that though the state government had some problem earlier with the land owners the problems have now been solved and the land owners have agreed in principle to donate their land for the upcoming medical college.

Dr. Shrhozelie was hopeful that in a month’s time all issues would be settled. He said in Nagaland, all the land belongs to the private individuals and communities and that sometimes the government find it difficult to negotiate with them to procure land for developmental works.

However, he expressed his happiness to the land owners of Phriebagie, P Khel for coming to the terms of the state government. The Chief Minister also expressed his gratefulness to the Medical Council of India and the Central Government for arranging necessary funds for the works to begin.

State Medical Minister, P Longon during the meeting expressed that with whatever fund available, we have to start the work and let this project happen at the earliest.

It may be mentioned that in today’s meeting the state government have approved the master plan of the medical college which was presented. The state government with the department also erected the boundary pillar for the college site and the soil testing in the site had also been completed.


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