DIMAPUR, FEBRUARY 18 (MExN): The Nagaland Law Students’ Federation (NLSF) has drawn the attention of the Nagaland Government’s Higher Technical Education and other authority concerned to the urgent need of setting up a Government Law College in Nagaland.
“As the absence of Government Law College in Nagaland is creating much hardship among the students having interest to pursue legal studies within the state of Nagaland, the existence of three Law colleges in Nagaland i.e. Dimapur, Kohima and Mokokchung Law College is not able to provide adequate standard in terms of facilities required in a legal studies which making the students lagged behind in their academic studies,” noted a statement from NLSF president, Kehounie-u and general secretary Hotoka Zhimo. The Federation has appealed to the Government and the department concerned to set up a Government Law College either in Dimapur or Kohima. As such, the NLSF requested the authority concerned to “take up necessary measures in setting up Government Law College in Nagaland which is very much needed, as law education is the most important aspects and are in needs of urgent nurture and attention to make society a more informed and law abiding citizens and where students having interest to pursue legal studies can take up their legal studies without much hardship and follow their dreams.”