After a great deal tussle between the students and teaching faculty members of School of Agricultural Science and Rural Development (SASARD), Medzhiphema campus, the faculty members of SASARD finally agreed to resume normal classes from March 22.
Reliable sources said students of SASARD resorted to sit in protest against the current crisis in the university which had been affecting student’s academic career on Tuesday followed by a meeting which ended in impasse.
In the course of the agitation, the teachers requested the students to stay put until the other NUTA members returned from New Delhi; however the student body refused to conform and demanded the teachers to resume classes.
Following a series of negotiation, on Wednesday, the student’s finally agreed to call off the protest with immediate effect after receiving assurance from the teachers to resume normal classes from March 22.
Sources also revealed that students of Kohima campus decided to resume their protest against non-resumption of classes from Thursday.
It might be noted that PGSUs had earlier served three days ultimatum to vice chancellor, NUTA to resolve their crisis and to resume classes at the earliest.