The Nagaland Medical College at Phriebagie Kohima has been given a construction nod by the state government. Admissions to the Medical College will begin soon after the construction is completed.
A press release from the CMO stated “Interacting with the Project Governing Committee of the Nagaland Medical College at Chief Minister’s secretariat office on Wednesday, the Chief Minister Dr. Shürhozelie Liezietsu has given his approval for the construction to begin.”
It also stated that during the master plan presentation of the medical college, the chief minister has said, “it is like a dream of every Naga come true and that though the state government had some problem earlier with the land owners the problems have now been solved and the land owners have agreed in principle to donate their land for the upcoming medical college”.
The Chief Minister is said to have been hopeful that all issues would be settled in a month’s time. The statement further elaborating on the Chief Minister’s statement stated that he had expressed his gratitude to the Medical Council of India and the Central Government for arranging necessary funds forcommencement of works.
“With whatever fund available we have to start the work and let this project happen at the earliest”, added the State Medical Minister, P Longon the release added, reports Eastern Mirror.