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Kohima Law College’s library gets a facelift

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By Kohima Bureau Updated: Jun 05, 2018 12:08 am
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LS Jamir speaking at the launch of law books and digitization of the legal services clinic at Kohima on June 4.

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Kohima, June 4 (EMN): In a much needed move, Kohima Law College library was upgraded with more than 500 books comprising of both general and legal through generous donor, the Sarvahitey Foundation, a non-governmental organization based in New Delhi working for charitable purposes.
‘Sarvahitey’ which means the well being of all is said to have taken up several initiatives to improve the quality of education for the underprivileged by expanding its mission to Nagaland through up-gradation of libraries and developing it into a community centers.
The up-gradation of the library in the college was made possible through the partnership of the Foundation and Nagaland Legal Service Authority (NLSA). Earlier, it has introduced its library project in Mokokchung and Tuensang districts.
Launching the law books and digitization of legal services clinic, LS Jamir, judge of Gauhati High Court and executive chairman of NSLSA at the college on June 4, was optimistic that the books will go a long way in enabling the students to have a proper knowledge not only about laws but also of life.
Urging the students to make the best use of the library and books, Jamir said the library is where the students will develop their knowledge and empower them in their studies and future.
With tremendous changes and progress in today’s world through digitization in almost all aspects of life, Jamir expressed that digitization of legal services clinic in the college will help the students and the faculty in their day-to-day activities.
Also advising the students, Jamir maintained that a law student must have the ‘love and hunger’ to know and learn more about laws, only then one can become a good student and lawyer in the future.
Jamir said all may not become law panelist, however, pointed that with their skills and acquired knowledge they must be able to help and uplift the downtrodden and under privilege people in the state.
The president of Kohima Law College, Akang Ao describing the students and ‘potential game changer’ of the society has urged them to work hard for themselves and success in their future career, adding that their success will ultimately add to the image of the college.
He also requested the teaching staff to put their best efforts for the welfare of the students and assured of all possible help from the management for the welfare its staff, students and the college.
The programme was followed by a mass social work by the students and faculty in and around the college premises.

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By Kohima Bureau Updated: Jun 05, 2018 12:08:39 am