The India northeast tribal community welfare society (INTCWS) Dimapur under the aegis of Libra Consultancy its educational wing, conducted second phase inspection and verification of colleges and institutes from December 6 to 19.
INTCWS inspected Patna, Hyderabad, Vijayawada and Vishakapatnam to facilitate students desirous of pursuing various professional courses outside the state.
According to INTCWS general secretary Lamtsala Sangtam, INTCWS in its venture of helping the tribal students has signed memorandum of understanding and authorization with some medical, engineering, B-schools and other institutes. Some of the authorities in different institutions namely director, chairman, controller of examination etc., offered to help tribal students and general throughout the northeast region through INTCWS and assured to give concessions.
During the first phase in 2009, the society inspected colleges in Bangalore, Mangalore, Raichur, Tumkur, Chennai, Coimbatore, Kanyakumari, Nagercoil, Kerala etc.
The society also informed that it earmarked institutes in other parts of India as well as abroad for its future phase of inspection. For free guidance and counseling students have been informed to contact 9862370317.