Monsoon disaster hits NU Kohima Campus

Monsoon disaster hits NU Kohima Campus

Our Correspondent
Kohima | August 9


Monsoon related disasters affected the roads leading to Nagaland University, Kohima Campus, Meriema.


Chongrokhum, president, Nagaland University Students Union (NUSU), Kohima Campus, Meriema said that road sinking occurred in several points, causing accessibility problem to the Campus while classes were also put to halt for two days.


He informed that students expressed their concern over the instability of the road condition which was posing a threat to their education. Despite the fact that the debris was being cleared the roads are not safe, he said.


Earlier, students had also made efforts in maintaining the roads where the students of (Geology) set up pillar like structures above the road with vehicle tyres to prevent sliding of loose mud on the road however such measures were only short term.


NUSU, Kohima Campus, Meriema urged the concerned authority to look into the matter and provide safe road at the earliest. The main road leading to Pauna men hostel has been totally cut off, forcing scholars to take different route to attend their classes.


Further, minor crack at the boy’s hostel also visible, which, if not taken care may soon collapse.