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NSF backs PGSU(L)
Published on 1 Jun. 2009 12:12 AM IST
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NSF has taken serious note of the problems caused to postgraduate students of the Nagaland University, Lumami campus due to non-shifting of various departments to new building and also the scattered campuses which were yet to be shifted to its headquarter Lumami. Supporting the demand of the PGSU (L) to shift its old campus to the newly constructed building within three days, the NSF through its assistant general secretary has appealed the NU authorities and the National Building and Construction Corporation (NBCC) to operate the developmental activities at the earliest, to meet the ultimatum served by the students. The NSF pointed out that the demands of the students on issues pertaining to students’ interest were either ignored or delayed on many occasions in the past. Looking forward to producing quality students from the University in master’s degree and research scholars, the NSF cautioned the authority to sincerely put into action on the infrastructural needs of the postgraduate students in Nagaland. The apex Naga students’ body also urged the PGSU (L) to refrain from boycotting normal classes. It may be pointed out that the PGSU (L) had planned to shift the departments on their own on Friday to commence classes for 2th and 4th semesters in the new building. Timely intervention by the Professor Incharge of Lumami Headquarters, Prof. T. Lanusosang and his assurance to the students to look into their problems saved the day. The students then decided to wait for three days to enable the NU authorities to shift the departments. During these three days, the students decided to boycott normal classes as a sign of resentment. The PGSU (L) in its ultimatum to the VC, NU on Friday has also urged for necessary measures to be initiated for the immediate shifting of the campus by June 15, which was supposed to done by May 20 and the normal functioning of the NU from its Lumami HQ to be started from June 1, 2009.

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