DPDB Wokha highlights on MTC

DPDB Wokha highlights on MTC
DC and vice chairman DPDB, Orenthung Lotha (middle) and (standing) MTC principal, Libanthung Ngullie on November 9. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 11/9/2020 1:01:16 PM IST

The monthly district planning and development board (DPDB) meeting was held at deputy commissioner conference hall, Wokha on November 9, wherein vice chairman DPDB & DC Wokha, Orenthung Lotha chaired the meeting.

According to DIPR report, Mount Tiyi College (MTC) principal, Libanthung Ngullie presented the activities of the college through powerpoint, where he stated that the college was the only government college in Wokha district, established in 1974 as a private college which initially provided PU (Arts) course under NEHU. He informed that the college was later upgraded to degree level in 1979 and taken over by the state government in 1987, and affiliated to the Nagaland University in 1995.

He also said that the college was committed to educate the students from all backgrounds, help them explore possibilities, advance knowledge and engage them in self and social growth. 

Highlighting some of the achievements during the recent years, Ngullie said that black topping of road from the college gate to the main building through the contribution by deputy chief minister, Y. Patton, minister of Home & PWD was completed. Women’s hostel extension completed, construction of basketball court completed, 8 lane running track under construction, boys hostel extension under RUSA completed, construction of indoor badminton stadium completed, roofing of the main building completed, tribal museums set up, introduced honours in all the six subjects, online examination done with 98.76% pass, NAAC assessment successfully carried out. Facilities provided by the college also includes library facilities, automated library with e-books & internet facilities, computers lab with internet facilities, smart class room (4 classrooms), photocopy facilities with 3 (three) xerox machines, generator facilities, conference room, tribal museum, 2 smart board 2, bio-metric machine for attendance recording, aqua guard (4 nos) for clean drinking water, canteen facilities, IGNOU study centre, common room for boys & girls, 2 (two) and college buses. To turn the college into a centre of excellence catering to the needs of the district and also of the neighbouring districts, he urged all to extend support and cooperation.

Executive engineer, PHED informed that departments wanting to avail new pipeline/water connection were requested to submit application for the same. ADC & administrator Wokha Town Council also informed the board that proposal for construction for approach roads leading to important locations within the town area have already been submitted to fepartment of Urban Development for consideration.

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