Kohima, June 5 (MExN): Nagaland State Legal Services Authority (NSLSA) in collaboration with Sarvahitey Foundation organised launching of law books and digitization of Legal Services Clinic at Kohima Law College on June 4.
Justice LS Jamir, Judge Gauhati High Court and Executive Chairman NSLSA, who launched the same, lauded Sarvahitey Foundation for collaborating with NSLSA to contribute more than 500 books relating to law and general subject to the Kohima Law College library.
He hoped that the books will go a long way in allowing the students of the college to acquire knowledge on various subjects.
Justice Jamir further apprised that digitization of legal services clinics is a project of NSLSA under the aegis of the National Legal Services Authority. With the tremendous steps that the present society is taking through computerization and digitization, the digitization of the LSC will help in various activities of the students, he said.
He requested the law college students to come forward to be part of Para Legal Volunteer under the Legal Services Authority. He also urged the students to look into the difficulties in the society, especially in the villages and report to the Panel Lawyer, PLVs or Legal Services Authority.
Speaking about Sarvahitey Library Project, Mezivolu T Therieh, Member Secretary NSLSA informed that the basic idea of Sarvahitey Foundation is to give charitable books to rural area. However, on special consideration the foundation has given law books and general books to Kohima Law College library.
She expressed gratitude to Sarvahitey Foundation and the Executive Chairman NSLSA for donating the digitization components for the legal services clinic.
The launching programme was attended by Kheshili Chishi, Principal District and Sessions Judge, Kohima Law College administrators, faculty and students, and NSLSA members.